Mark Anthony Mendoza

Rookie (01/23/79 / Pasay City)

Just Not In The Mood - Poem by Mark Anthony Mendoza

There comes a time when the wind blew in different direction
Those times when you just dont understand what have just happened
Though you tried to understand things as it comes
Still looking for the answer of HOW and WHY?
But with open arms you accept the situation without a question
Sometimes that's how life works.
Sometimes there are reasons which you will not be able to get
There are question you can't answer
Just have to accept things as it is.
And in the end it will all reveal.

But while the situation is unavoidable, uncontrollable
Just want to let you know that I'm here and always be
Though you can’t give me the reason why mood has change
Still I will understand and in return i'll hold you in your arms to cool
Sometimes I just don’t know if what i'm doing makes you feel better
Especially this time when your mood is not as good as it is.
Sometimes my patience is running low but then I sit back
Look at you and smile while my mind saying 'I really love this girl'
Even in good mood or bad mood I just want you to know I still will be there.

And I know in the end of the day the moon will soon shine again
The magic will prove once again its power especailly when it comes to love
The stars will keep on falling and shinning so that every wish would be granted
And then I know in the end of the day i'll be holding your hands, huggin you so tight
Everything will be ok if we both are there together.... 'coz our love is just so strong
Learning from our past for our brighter future ways. Living in the present to waste no time.
And the result.... a long and lasting love!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 25, 2005

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