Nametso Degratia Mooketsi
My Love Story
Rain falls, wind blows
The sun shines,
As I travel miles and miles just to see you,
Passing through storms yet with a smile.........just for you.
It all comes naturally,
Just like loving you.
My eyes reacted, my feelings got affected
I got attracted, as my eyes dilated while you patiently waited,
I began to think about the multitude that were ommited
Just so I could be selected,
My mind almost concluded what was beyond my understanding's comprehension,
My heart palpitated at the mention of the powerful word ''love''
I solemnly couldn't abbreviate nor bring to understanding the happenings of that moment...........
As you told me you love me, I aborted the negative insane mentalities past relationships have piled up at my doorstep,
As I gazed through your eyes attentively and saw a flame of love,
A flame that scorched through my inner soul
Lighting a way through to your heart.
Your intense love touched my lonely heart & left prints on it,
I focused more on the future, but you teach me to enjoy the present moment for it can not be regained
I love you explicitly, a love of infinite possibilities,
Loving you is to wander away into the most exciting intricacies of thought…
It is to lose myself and find myself in you...! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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