yolandey breedt

Rookie - 78 Points (1987/05/04 / south africa)

secrets


We live in two different worlds
But together our worlds become one
Those around us don’t understand
Because we have our own language

Even though our words are few
In our eyes are endless stories
Our actions are different
But our minds keep the same secrets

Although we are two different people
Our hearts beat to the same melody
We have different desires
But we share the same dream

To feel and understand that special emotion we call love
So we can share it with that one special person in our life
Who understands everything about us the good and the bad?
And who will never give up on what we built together

Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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this is a forbidden love were two hearts secretly desire each other but they cant have each other due to the fact they what they feel is for bidden

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