Alon Calinao Dy

Rookie (Samar, Philippines)

I Could See Us Together


I could feel your love over the highest mountain,
The love that's burning deep within our hearts,
I could feel the blood flow on your skin,
And I could feel you now in my arms.

I'm so lost without you by my side,
I could feel you like a boat, sails against the tide
I could feel your sweet hugs, kisses and embrace,
I could feel everything through Lord God's grace.

My love, I could feel you now, your fresh breathe,
I am not afraid anymore and never fear of death,
You rock my world upside down and now I'm lost,
It's all because you're the one I love the most.

I could hear the splash of the water and the bird's songs,
I could see us together as we will live long,
I could hear the laughter of our children in the future,
I could see a solution to every problem that we'll endure.

Submitted: Friday, May 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013
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