Hana Ali


You left (missing things)


You left me in a second
I was standing there waiting for you to
come runing but you never did

But still I waited for you even though I knew
you wouldn't come back I couldn't face it
I went with my gut that was telling me he is
not coming.

How could I just forget the person I loved and
lived with every second of my life just to hard
I wanted him but he didn't.

I knew that I wasn't just missing him
I was missing one more thing which was,
trust.

I wished someday I get it back because,
I knew had to forget him enable to get back
all my trust

So I could share it with onther person

Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 25, 2012

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