Hundred And Two - Poem by Sunny Shine
One more step to get closer,
But two worlds are bound in between
It is a brave endeavor,
Almost touches the furthest within
Both are caught in split-second
Like water that flows,
Wishing it never runs dry,
When the sun starts to show
Wailing but never hopeless,
One heart hopes for rain,
To fill in empty places,
While the other hopes the same
'Cause for a reason
Fate sets them apart,
Just how many seasons,
No one knows, not even these two hearts
But how do they get by?
How will they withstand?
When it is a struggle to try
To keep a tight grip of hand?
But love makes anything possible,
It waits as long as it is true,
Years won't make it stumble,
Not even, a hundred and two.
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