Djoanna Felix

Rookie (december 22,1980 / quezon city)

Moving On - Poem by Djoanna Felix

we just arrive from our
new house
have some friends
and i met you

it was so fun meetin you
makes me want to see you
day by day

as time passes by, we grew up
and were still friends
my feelings for you grew
deep as well

but somehow i had this
feeling that im just a friend
for you

we talk on the phone
like to hear your voice
and wen you ask me to
do a duet, my heart sings
for you..

a moment that i will
always cherish, if only
u knew, how happy i was

goin on we talk, about
anything, specially your
love life, which i really
want to hear

until a time came that
i told you that i want
you to be my first kiss
and you've been my crush
for a long time

you stop and i ask why
you said i was thinkin of you
my heart smiles again

years past we havent seen or
even talk, then one day i was
invited to your house and
i saw you with the one you love

i look at her, shes pretty and simple
now i know the type of woman
you like

seeing the two of you so sweet
make me smile, and i dont know
why, may its this time
that i have moved on...

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  • Captain Herbert Poetry (4/30/2014 10:31:00 AM)

    Nice words of personal feelings about you loved. Life is moving like your nice poem. Great! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 3, 2010


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