andrew biesiada

Rookie (06/07/1989 / venice italy)

Becoming My Wife - Poem by andrew biesiada

When you walked by I couldnt help but stare,
Hoping that you didnt see me starting to care,
Then you passed by me once again,
You were with my best friend,
It was a problem cause I wanted you for myself,
And take you away from that elf,
Even though we were both intertwined,
I just wanted you to be mine,
Like a bandit you came and stole my heart,
In that moment we were kinda apart,
But as time went on you captured my soul,
Now when you are not around I don't feel whole,
Your the thought I cant get out of my head,
Even while I am sleeping in my bed,
Look at us now walking up to the altar,
Knowing we are going into deeper water,
You have made me change my ways,
I am hoping this feeling always stays,
For this day will always be ours,
On this day we are like shooting stars,
Falling from the moonlit sky,
In my heart I now know why,
Even if we dont work out,
This I highly doubt,
Because we will be together a long time,
Some people consider us being together a crime,
It has now been 50 years since I made that promise,
Funny that this all started with a simple wish,
You are still as beautiful as ever before,
At least I know this for sure,
We went through alot together,
But we stood strong against the weather,
I now know why I was meant to survive,
It was to have you come into my life,
And to become my loving wife.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 23, 2010



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