Ezekiel Chard


You Are the One


For a long while, I was feeling like heartless
No sign of heartbeats, but only the emptiness
Falling in love I couldn’t, emotionally I was careless
All of them were nothing, passion was like chess
Lost was I in the wild, you have shown me the way
The first day I saw you, I felt like I was dreaming
Like little walking angel, your beauty was stunning
The most beautiful view, was when you were smiling
Your glittering color, shown me what I was looking
Lost was I in the wild, you have shown me the way
Nothing was I, but ungrateful heart breaker
Joy wasn’t my trait, I was referred a pain maker
Reason I hadn’t, to comfort pretty earth dwellers
Ruthless in caring, I wasn’t a remarkable charmer
Lost was I in the wild, you have shown me the way
Like a mirror you are, I saw how I got to be
With you by me, I see where tomorrow we will be
Like a cure you are, to my tormented spirit
Helped me you have, to gain my clear sight
Reason you gave me, for you I will fight
In the darkness I was, you became my light
Lost was I in the wild, you have shown me the way
Lie I can, but not how much you I love
Without you by me, I got no reason to live
You mean everything to me, for it’s you I have
My savior you are, with you I will survive
Lost was I in the wild, you have shown me the way

Submitted: Monday, July 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 01, 2013

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