Two Strangers With A Past - Poem by Trinidad Villafranca
Laying here my back against your chest
Your arm wrapped around tucked under my breast.
Your fast asleep as I lay wide awake
Praying you just made a mistake.
Are you laying here with me thinking about her?
My heart just can't be sure.
If you are I hope she's worth letting all this go.
Letting go of what we have or at least had.
All the memories and struggles we made it through.
Hope she'll love you like I do.
Twos years time finally ran its course
Looks like Para Siempre is slowly reaching an end.
Two years of break ups and make ups
We were always back together again.
You always found you way back to me and I to you.
However this one is different it won't be followed by,
I'm sorrys and take me back... I was over reacting
Nope non of that. You made this decision and it will be the last
I know love sometimes means letting go
You'd never kick me out and you know I'd never say goodbye
Figured I'd give this a try
And if this is the end a silent farewell shall do.
Goodbyes are followed by 'see you later's
And that wouldn't be true..
Friends I could never be seeing you with her wishing it was me.
Tonight as I will every night till I leave
I'll continue to love on you, kiss your body and l hold you close.
Every night ill tell you l love till I no longer do.
You won't have to be the S.O.B.
I won't love you when I leave
Putting my emotions to the side.
Im walking put with my head held high.
I'll leave you my memories you seem to forget them faster than me.
As I shut the door Para Siempre will be no more.
We will be to strangers with a past.
Nothing worth making it last
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