Maricar De Leon

Pinky Swear - Poem by Maricar De Leon

Under the dim moonlight
Cold night on my own
Wind whispering a peaceful melody
Leaves gently fall over the trees

Bunch of dreamed to be chased
Every single second worth it
With you, with someone I prayed
my fantasy, No. My reality!

You’re hands holding me tight
Those fingers that fits mine
My heart skips a beat
every time your eyes cross mine.

Back at the moment
Reminiscing the times
Together we spent,
to let go is something I can’t.

Venom of uncertain tomorrow
Together we will build
God above, witnessed
our own little piece of sincerity.

From this day forward
Hereafter, we will share
No fairytale, No Fairy Godmother!
just real vows of endless forever.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 9, 2011

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