Marie Daniels


Jamais


Toujours et a jamais:
The words I long to hear
when you whisper my name
on the pillow, and brush my hair
behind my ear with
your fingertips.

The words you will never say,
and the words that I will
never hear coming from
your lips.

Prends ma main.
That a lot, yes, I miss that.

Tu me manques:
You will find no direct translation
but equally, my heart could not
translate that for you.
It hurts a lot, sometimes.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 08, 2013

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I think the French language is beautiful.

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