Hope Of Seeing You Again - Poem by Thato Maluleka
I can’t help it if you got me twisted, tripping, slipping even missing you. Still can’t imagine thinking of how one day could stay with me for so long because of you, damn how can I even pretend ‘cause I know it’s true, I think I’m still in love with you.
I know I won’t see you again, but am I going to handle this pain, ‘cause I’ll remember you when it rains, when the sun shines, every day.
You are permanently engraved on my brain, you are what I say a permanent stain. You flow through my veins rushing to gain first place, I mean we even got to first base.
My pulse stops when you halt pause, when you halt pause strike a pose try to impose a lonely soul, a troubled bro, a man whose heart you stole and then broke.
I’m broke I have no more faith to buy love I’m stoned, stoned from consuming depression, smoking all of my passion, then throwing up compassion, ‘cause I have disowned love’s affection, damn how I loathe warm-affection.
It got me again and this time didn’t even try to explain why it couldn’t stay…
Still I hope we meet again, somewhere where u and I stand a chance, no more games. A moment where circumstances have changed, where you and I stand a chance, ‘Cause yours is a face I won’t forget
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