Jay Aguiniga

Rookie - 63 Points (Scottsbluff Nebraska)

Virtually true


We play in a virtual world
And although the screen conceals
The opposite of my image
Is a person that is very real.

At any given time
I can truly tell you just how I feel
All I can tell you is
Everything I tell you in my heart is very real

We are true in every which way,
As I cry for you, you cry for me.
And when we laugh together,
Its as sincere as one can be.

To me you are a very dear friend
Though to some you may seem like a fantasy.
But when we share our secrets together
I know your reality.

When I read the words you send me
I feel what you mean.
When I feel what comes through your words
I can now feel the unseen

You pick me up when I am down
There you stand unwavering by my side
You are my interpreter when I don’t understand myself
When I’m blind you are my guide.

So tonight, before you drift off to sleep
And feel the breeze cross your face.
Do not fret my love, For its just me blowing
you a kiss from this distant place.

Submitted: Sunday, September 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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