Rana Amer

You Haunt Me - Poem by Rana Amer

It's so hard to explain the pain in my heart.
It's so hard to reveal the agony I feel.
May be my tears could set those feelings free.
But deep in my heart your memories haunt me.

You might be gone, but they are still here,
taking me back to you.
Your voice is there whispering the same words
in my ears, telling me baby I'm here look in your
heart you'll find me inside.

You might not come back, I know that is fact.
But it's no problem for me, because you haven't
really left me.
Your smell is there surrounding me, guiding me to
the place where our every memory may be. Baby you
haunt me.

Physically you might not exist, that i accept.
But your spirit is there holding me tight, protecting
me all through the night, whispering in to my ears the
most beautiful words I'd ever hear.

You might have left, but in my thoughts u still exist.
You are part of me.part of my every dream.
It's hard to feel the way I feel, because baby u haunt
me and it's for real.

We might be a world apart, but it is no problem for me.
Because whenever i need you I find u so near.
Feeling my sorrows and healing my pains.
That is why i love sorrow and adore pain, because they
bring u to me and set my soul free.Baby you haunt me.

Who said it's over is simply not bright.
Because we have never been closer than we have
been tonight.
Your memories are my shelter, my only home I live inside
them when i feel alone.

You might be gone, but I still see your face, hear your voice, feel
your breath and the look of your eyes.
Your there right there but in some disguise.thank God that
your disguiseis my heart.
so we will never be apart, baby you haunt me inside.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 18, 2009

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