Vathalia Mae

Rookie (5/12/1995 / Virginia)

My Perfectly Imperfect Match

I thought of you when I woke up,
And realized my world was now corrupt,
For it has an odd feeling
All of which is not very appealing
There are no words to descibe my feelings on this dooms day
But even I am sure that my love is here to stay
For I have never TRULY gone away.

I thought of you
When I looked up this evening to realize
That the sky in my world was not the same blue
For even the night's skies
Are a terrible hue
Though the rest has yet to materialize
And I have an odd sense that I may despise

I thought of you when I was standing in our meadow
And noticed the coldness of the wind
As my hair it did toss and throw
My stomach did twirl in an eerie blend
For at this point in my world I knew it was my heart that needed a mend.

I thought of you when I layed my head
In the middle of the day I cried
It should show you how I value you, yet you seem oblivious to all the tears I have shed.
Suddenly I think back at all the times you have tried
And wonder as to why you seem to think our love has died

I thought of you as I knelt to rest
For my last breath I could not catch
And now I am surely dead
Unless you put on my heart your magic love patch
Because Life without you I always did dread
Darling, I need all the help you can attatch
For you were the one I thought of whenever I found you, My Perfectly Imperfect match.

Submitted: Sunday, April 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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