david stasio


A Heart Remebers


you always enjoyed 
Our trips to the woods
But this time it was not the same
Something sat on your mind that day
And seemed to pull within your heart

The day was sunny and warm
Yet you seemed as in the fog
We were holding hands as we walked along
Though your thoughts were miles away
And I'll never forget what you said to me that day

In the cabin we sat with family and friends
Spirits high while we enjoyed their company
You were quick to join in talk and song
Yet you drifted in your thoughts
of a far and distant place

The time passed swiftly 
The walk back quiet
The crossing lights flashed
The train soon pulled in
The train then pulled out

Your hands hard pressed upon the window
As you watched the world go speeding by
Realization hit when you spun and faced my way
The words you spoke now forever fill my heart

'You love me! Don't you? You really love me! '

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 04, 2014

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This is based on a train ride back from visiting my family with my girl.
The quote it true.
Said in realizing my true feeling for her.

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