Mark Anthony Mendoza

Rookie (01/23/79 / Pasay City)

Funny Face Mask - Poem by Mark Anthony Mendoza

I never felt so happy before in my life
I thought It was just a moment of time before
I've been hidding myself into this darkness
Wearing this funny face mask to cover up my sadness

I never been so strong and free before
I've ingored the problem and thought it's the solution
I slept all day long and have lived in my dreams
Pretend sun is there though it's raining so hard

But with you and your strength my sweet
You wake me up into my sleeping world
First I was afraid that I though I couldn't handle
But when you reach your hand I see flowers in your eyes

I finally saw the sun and the rainbow so clear
My heart become close to God once again
The mgaci whispering all around my ears
Now i've seen this was better than my dreams.

I used to say 'don't wake me up'
I rather be dreaming for the my entire life
But when you came along, now it's different
I rather be awake and see you face

I want to feel you while my eyes are open
I want to kiss you while I could feel
I will love you with my heart and sould
No more dreams.. we'll make it to the real world

Now I see the importance of love
Found a meaning to enjoy life again
All of these things happened just becasue of you
and I love you for that my sweet...

And now I dont have to wear the mask again...
For i'll always smile as long we have this love


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2005

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