Ali Sabry

Rookie - 77 Points (11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad)

- -My Dear- -


The other day, only about you I thought.
This time I've realized I need you a lot.
I saw a young woman walking towards me, while I strolled on the street, being lonely.

I'm sure it was you. She had your countenance too.
You have changed so much since I last saw you.
You're more beautiful than when I saw you last time.
You are getting prettier, but your allure is the same.

May God bless and protect you, all your life.
Darling, let's try and get rid of all this strife, which is between us. Let's try to sort things out, and get together again. It was indeed my fault.

I hope you will forgive me for my past errors.
I didn't have any other woman all these years.
Every day I waited for your phone call.
But you didn't bother to phone me at all.

I'm here in front of you. Please forgive me.
I'm ready for anything, if you accept my plea.
You overwhelm my mind with your face and your voice.
I can even smell the perfume I bought for you once.

My dear, right now you mean everything to me.
My other half - the twin of my soul, I want you to be.
My affection for you is beyond everyday occurrence.
I save hot kisses for you. Please, give me a chance.

Submitted: Friday, September 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: love educates

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