Katlego Rasegwete


Our Anniversary


When this day arises
Flames of happiness get hotter and hotter each sec
As my mind fly back to the year and this very same day
We met

Yet its ages this day departed
But I still can smell the fragrance of happiness this day laminated to my heart
Yet it was a risk giving a stranger my heart
But blessed with colors of love was the salary

It's a Christmas day in September for this day

After this day there was no longer
"You" and "I" there was "us"
After this day there was no longer
"Loneliness" as it was permanently "cremated" on this day

We climaxed daily cause
We sacrificed to fast from cheating

It's our Anniversary
Mathematically expressed as we reached 360x degrees
For which "x" is assigned to be number of years we've been together

Cause of this day and you
I learned to be sweet
Cause of you
I learned to love

Cause of this day
We found each other
It's our anniversary

Why does this day have to escape?

Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2012

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