Lorcelie A Tenorio


Walking Alone


A love so true, that’s all I know
This love I have given you
A love so divine from a heart of mine
Wondering if you can be mine.

The test of time passed in between us
To test the love we have in us
So strong that nobody can destroy us
We stood along side by side.

One day, I was walking alone
Thinking how can I be strong
With this pain that was so strong
Killing my heart and me for too long.

I cried in vain but no one can hear
Only the birds and the wind blowing my ears
Wishing that they can feel my pain
So to ease my heart full in vain.

I called your name so many times
Screaming loud so you can hear this heart of mine
Instead you told me to wait and be calm
Forgetting that my heart and soul are ruined by time.

I beg you to come back to me
Walk with me lots of times
All you said is some other time
Is this a part of the test of time?

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Lorcelie A. Tenorio
17 March 2011
Thursday 12: 51 am

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 15, 2013

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