Treasure Island

Lizelle 'Leasel' Martins

(Johannesburg, South Africa)

Our Forever


I thought of how it would be
Should we meet again
It has been a while
But we still talk daily

It was a familiar scene though
Almost a everyday thing
The look in your eyes
Sound of your voice
Curve of your smile
But….

Something did change
Your embrace
You held me
As if never wanting to let go
Maybe you didn’t
I am not sure though…

As short as it was
I loved our time
Wanted it to be ‘forever’
But time had other plans
As always…
Granting us what she thinks we needed
But then again
Maybe it was all we needed

© Lizelle Leasel Martins

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, January 30, 2014
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