Francis Utada

Rookie (1/23/1979 / Philippines)

Who Am I To You (Right Next To You) - Poem by Francis Utada

Gracefully your body move
The fire starts and the heat arise
On my feet again staring at you
Waiting for you to look at me

While all of them, surrounding you
Here I am just staring at you
Waiting for a sign to make a move
Later you’ll see what I meant

Gently I walk towards you
Though everybody around is pushing me
Still with my feet on the ground I move
Later I’ll be right next to you

Just look at me even for awhile my girl
Maybe then you could see some light in my eyes
Only if you could hear how loud I shout
That my heart is begging to call your name

Let me in into your world
Let me plant this love in your heart
It’s fruit could bring us together forever
Just hold on to my arms and believe

Now I’m next to you
I could feel you’re hair and your face
The beauty of God’s creation I see in you
Especially the love growing in my heart

But as I move next to you
Still you look far away, my tears starts to fall
Am I not the one for you?
Am I just a passer by without a clue?
Though it hurts I’ll still love you the same…

Who Am I to you? Now I’m standing right next to you.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 28, 2005



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