Lorcelie A Tenorio


Wasted Love


I went for a walk along the beach
Not knowing what I want to reach
Confused heart and mind is all I have.

I have thought of all the things we shared
Happy times and memories we felt
But still not contented at the end.

I don’t know why I’d become
So demanding and so unkind
All these years that we are one.

Maybe because I am so in love
That you are my breath and strength
And honey…. you are my life.

You really did not care how I felt
When I kept on telling you
I want you and I to commit.

There were times that I wondered why
If you really love me or not
That I feel so lost and empty I can’t hide.

I want to give up but you said “no”
That maybe one day
My dreams will come true.

This love that I have for you
Is so strong that it breaks me in two
Am feeling to give up or wait for you.

But somehow I realised
No matter what I do
My wasted love is
Still there for you….

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Lorcelie (Lorie) A. Tenorio
17 August 2010
Tuesday 12: 07 am

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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