Whispers Of Night


Someone like you


I have never loved someone like you,

until now.Shivered by the coldness

of the autumn's colours,

and frightened by the unyielding

flux of hours..

not a word was spoken-

and yet, now we are in love.

who would have thought I could ever

just meet and then love someone like you?



That moment, you killed my loneliness

and what once was empty,

was filled with a thought-

your poetry..

wherever was pain and struggle

you replaced it with joy,

taking all sorrow, giving hope...

you tell me this is my destiny; true

my heart only beats for someone like you!



So many stories I've hard about love;

your feelings simply glorify it

I feel it in each line,

you're generously dedicating to me.

why lie? We only love but once-

dreams are silence..

when we wake up, romance is

just a thorn inside our hearts.In an

instance we're so near, yet so far apart..

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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