Marlon AgustinMendez

Rookie (03/23/88 / Oaxaca..)

Her - Poem by Marlon AgustinMendez

I never knew.
I never imagined.
That I was to meet someone quite like you.
So loving and caring.
So gracious and beautiful,
I never knew you were going to the one.
The one that ywould cause my inner blindess
I thought only to be good friends.
But then my eyes met yours and my whole world changed.
We have spent time together.
Time that will last forever
Those smiles that would never leave.
In my heart I only wished to believe
That I would be able to find someone so unique like you.
But these things arent so.
They say only fools fall in love.
And I have been foolish.
I can live with this feeling.
Of loneliness.
But I hope you have enjoyed my company.
Now that we are to start new paths.
I hope along the way ill come back.
Ill come back home.
To the time I was a hopeless romantic.
Writing about highschool loves.
And highschool stories.
I hope that you will remember me.
I could never forget such a pretty face.
That face with rose kissed cheeks.
I hope that brings me back to you.
My dear friend I love and will always love you.
I wish to thank you for all the good memories.
I hope we dont forget each other.
As time comes and goes we all find new hopes and loves.
But I hope that we wont forget one another
Who couldve imagined.
That you were going to be the theme of such a poem.
Of love and despair.
Of a highschool crush.
Who couldve imagined I was to fall for you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 27, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010

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