michae juztine


If - Poem by michae juztine

if only we could see each others eyes
we will see each others tears
the longing and wanting to feel
the breath of dialog
if you can bear to hear the untrusty
and taste the old fruit
throwns by the unforgiving mouth-

You can see me smiles, taste my lips
and hug my flesh,
but you cant see the doubtfulness
of my eyes, saying be your promises
and do my dreams
if only i can write a milloin of poems
ill give it to you
to fill up your days w/o
happiness and smiles
and if you see the future,
ill be depth and blind coz i dont want the path
w/o you at my back!


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 5, 2005



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