Treasure Island

Suraj Samtani

(Hong Kong)

Till Destiny do us Part


Sitting here by your bed side,
With memories all so wide,
Helplessly I remain,
My heart filled with anguish,
On top of all the pain,
Watching you pass me by,
Remembering all the things you said,
Before you said good bye…

Those lovely words when we first met,
I knew that our marriage was already set,
Those desperate moments of waiting for you,
Seemed as if the clock had stopped ticking too,
The day of our marriage can be described as,
The best day of my life,
As I was about to tie the knot for,
The rest of my life

Finally my dream had come true,
Of becoming one with you,
I was left speechless,
In my happiness,
There was just one thing I desired to say,
My love was something,
That would never go away,
For which you’d also never be required to pay,

But, it seemed too late,
And I had already started to accept my fate
You taught me how to live without you,
It is difficult, but
I’ll manage…

There will once be a time when,
Destiny reunites us until eternity then,
We shall never part again…

Submitted: Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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