The band mark prominently felt on the finger that once promised was there. The encryption, ‘Forever Always’ stayed permanently tatooed. And, ‘I love you’, tasted like acid on the tongue. But forever was never going to come because death sharply pierced through a life built. We could have been intertwined like roots from a tree. But you cut us before the seventh spring came. So we never sprouted this time….
The mind had decided that we were one. The mouth declared with no intention to hurt but to declare the heart had found a home in you. The decision was premature cause the ears had heard another speak of you and her as one. The eyes would rather go blind than to find your hands holding another. So yes! Somewhere between I was scared to lose you and I was overwhelmed with fellings for you I said, we were one. It was not a drunk state but maybe it was, that you were sober in love and I, drunk. This heart had sunk in the presence of you. Your essence encapsulated me whole. So I told one jealous soul without knowledge that soon, this fantasy would have diffused this far. I hope you did not refuse that you didn’t know me cause you do. You know my sensitivity and its truth. You know my fear, my dear that its not having you near. Where I can feel the beat of your beating heart, close. Through it all, I’m sorry I lied…
I’ve fallen in love with the one I’ve spent days admiring and nights dreaming about.
He visited late night and let me into his world.
I could have been dreaming but it was so real.
His hands touched me and healed these broken beart wounds.
Just like I thought he would.
He sang me songs of his heart.
He let me taste the sweet tears that left his eyes.
But we could never walk away or ignore.
For this is real and true.
He took me into a spin, roller coaster ride.
He let me hide my heart in his.
I’d never get up from this fall.
Loving you is an amazing feeling
Opening my pain and healing it again.
Possibilities are endless with you around.
And my mind can’t keep you away
Nothing can remake this day, this morning, this date.
Good mornings have drowned me in this fall…