John Paul Ang

Rookie - 31 Points (April 16,1985 / Manila. Philippines)

Love In Binary - 2nd Part - Poem by John Paul Ang

Your profile is filled with faces,
Full of words yet empty phrases.
It's getting too crowded here.
Thier intentions are perfectly clear.

Love transmitted in binary,
Reception has always been choppy.
Love less than extraordinary,
Always fails to make you happy.

Expectation rises from the moment,
Flowing, drifting with the current.
Floating in a sea of thoughts,
Dwelling in what your emotions brought.

An inbox full of messages,
Blogs in a series of pages.
All pertains to what i feel,
All kept hidden but are real.

I shall wait until we connect,
Don't assume, don't expect.
I may not be who you want,
You may not be who i want.

Let's end this game of words,
Cause i feel you're getting bored.
Our topics has ceased to interest you,
You're yearning for something new.

I'm tired of your digital smile,
I want to see your real profile.
I want to know who you really are,
And not just your fake avatar.

Love in Binary,
Connecting blindly.
Everything is temporary,
Except this feeling of anxiety.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 29, 2008

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