Liliana EL.


Dwelling Poem by Liliana EL.


Thinking of him
Wanting to cheer him on
Encourage and support him
Play a duet with him

Wondering why
I didn't take the chances I could have
They were right there for me to delve in
But I brushed them aside and resisted my instinct
Can't figure out why
I'm so unsure and perhaps a little scared

Can't figure out what I'm afraid of though
Is it rejection
I don't think so
Maybe fate's just holding me back for the perfect person
I don't know

A perfect duet
A happily ever after
A beautiful sunset and starry night

Blanketed with warmth
Laying in comfort
So entwined together
Some say we're the same soul

Have I lost him
I don't know

Submitted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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  • Rookie - 22 Points Vlad Mutuleanu (10/29/2013 6:47:00 PM)

    So many of your poems represent many feelings and thoughts I have right now, with this being no exception.
    This poem describes perfectly the way I feel about someone special.
    I am afraid of telling what I feel and I don`t know why.
    Thank you but at the same time you`ve reminded me of this problem and I still don`t have an answer. (Report) Reply

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