Eman Awad

Rookie (26\5\1988 / cairo)

Till The Day We Part - Poem by Eman Awad

Please, find me for i'm lost still,
and i'm starting to forget your face.
Say you'll find me, please say you'll,
i live with my fears, left in this place.
You are delaying me, you're so late,
that i'm losing the dream of loving you.
But you are mine, it's my faite,
i just hope that my faite is true..
Is it that long, the way to where i am?
what took you so long? i'm dying here.
Tell me any thing and i'll understand,
living away from you is my greatest fear.
You are the love of my life and i,
swear i'll never fall in love again.
Your absence makes me cry,
for your smile runs in my vein.
No way i'll go on with this life,
if you aren't in it, lighting my way.
No way i'll live again or survive,
a gale of tears at the break of every day.
Find me but mostly find my love,
it's there every where around you.
Look among the stars above,
and search good inside of you.
I am loving you differently,
just give me the chance to prove my devotion.
No one will ever love you like me,
and my love is more than love it's a divine emotion.
Just find me and you'll know,
i am the one for you till the day we part.
And till we die, we'll glow,
you'll breathe and dwell within my heart.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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