Monday, January 3, 2011

In return...


I can still remember that night, I can still feel the tears running down my face as if it was today when
we were sitting on the grass looking up to the sky, you were counting stars.
I stared at you. You with your sparkling eyes and soft figure, you.
Then you turned and looked at me. "What´s wrong?" You asked.
"It´s just that I don´t think you know how much I love you." I said.
"Don´t I?" you answered smiling.

Then, thoughts filled my mind, I couldn´t stop thinking about that... "I must told him."
"I can´t believe" I started "how I could ever live without you, you saved me from myself."
You tried to say something because you saw the tears in my eyes but I held your hand and told you to let me finish my speech.
"Sometimes I feel like I can´t forgive myself for the life I lived before you, for what I did wrong, for giving myself away so many times..."
You wiped my tears away softly and waited for me to catch my breath again.
I continued "And I can´t believe how good you´ve been to me..."

You kissed my hand and wrapped your arms around my trembling body, and there, close to your heart I whispered "And I only hope that in return I might have saved the best of me for you"






12 comments:

Sumit Sarkar said...

Nice... :)

Michelle said...

Beautiful!

Gugo said...

I know that those tears are the wet expression of the finest emotions, regrets, pain and love...

Lu Ann said...

Sumit and Michelle: Thank you :)

Gugo: Yes, they are :)

Dishilicious said...

a moment i would luv to live! lovely post!

The17 YearOldNaive said...

Beautiful.. heartfelt.xo

Jingle said...

moving and beautiful


Happy Rally.

booguloo said...

Good thoughts, good feelings and a good write!

lynnaima said...

cool piece!

Thanks :)
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Missy said...

all we can hope for is when we find that one, we have the best of self to give. Lovely thoughts.

Leo said...

like a story in verse.. beautiful..

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mindlovemisery said...

Awww beautiful romantic poem