All I Wanted Was Your Love - Poem by Felix Lugo
Sun light hits my eyes, as another new day appears
should I awake or should I just sleep.
What’s the use of me going outside?
you walk away whenever I approach you.
Sit down with me at least five minutes,
and hear what I have to say.
Every word out of my mouth is true,
there’s no reason why I should lie to you.
May I call you that?
The year is ending, and we’re not even friends.
We have a gap between us;
you make me feel like Leonardo from Titanic
“I’ll never let you go.”
When I see you my eyes follows your destination,
and it also makes me realize there’s no other
even if I call U.S. Search.
The one I need is you,
talk about love at first site.
I passed you about nine times
still you capture my eyes.
This love isn’t possible to deny,
just like Jim Carry I can’t lie.
Julius Caesar got betrayed,
and stabbed more than ten times.
That’s the way I feel when you don’t even try
to see the inner me.
We had something;
five or six words from me changed everything.
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