LiRa de asis
Much Of A Story - Poem by LiRa de asis
i wish to speak
of something hurtful enough to keep
it's not so easy to sa but we both lost our way
a hundred miles away from home
caught between walls; we're all alone..
i feel so scared..
are you still on the other side?
where are you?
did you find some place to hide?
why don't you answer my call?
i know you could hear me despite this wall.
are you afraid too?
or did you find someone to talk to?
are you still thinking about me?
how do i look like, how do i feel?
did you find home?
is it warn there? 'coz here, it's cold.
you always said you'll wait for me to cross this wall
until it's weak enough to fall
i told you to go on your journey
you said no, you'll never leave me
so i trusted you to be there
i forgot about being scared
because you showed me how much you cared
but now you're gone
without a word of goodbye
again, i should not cry
you had your sunset without seeing the sunrise
and for that who's to blame?
but then i say without much of a shame
I'm sorry for believing you'll never leave me
it's not you're fault that I'm tired and lonely
because believe me..
this is much of a story
that I'll forever cherish
until the end of life's journey..
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