Moments And Chances - Poem by Jasper Abcede
A thousand moments and a million chances
Never had once have i thought of you be harmed
I always swear to be the best that i can
So you would stay and say that you'd be mine.
Why would i be blind to not see your worth
When my heart speaketh only the purest truth?
Your decent demeanor and your gentle timidness
So white as a lily, so true, so unblemished
The fellow that i am, poor and may have none
Couldn't afford to break you, my most precious one
Now that i see you getting farther afar
I say a prayer to the brightest morning star.
From the ocean of distance and the sea of time
I would set my eyes waiting for the sign
And if destiny is mine i wouldn't dare to waste
A thousand moments and a million chances.
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and i got busted in the end...
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