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why does the sunshine remind me of you?
why do I see you in everything I do?
why, in my shadows, do I search you?
why do I deny then, it isn't you?

why didn't I realize then,
how lonely I would be,
why didn't I thought of the day,
you would grow tired of me?



why did I turn at the sound of your voice?
why did you took me over, like I had no choice?
why did I let you deep in my thoughts never touched?
why did I like to have you around so much?

why did I melt at the tenderness of your kiss?
why did I want it forever like this?
why did I put my heart in your palm?
why did I answer you in my naive realm?

why was your voice the sweetest,
the day you said "good bye"?
why did you look most beautiful,
the day you walked away?



why do I still smile,
each time you pass me by?
why do I laugh out loud,
each time I wish to cry?

why do I care for you,
though you hurt me?
why do I turn my heart away,
from what's plain reality?

why do I try to hide,
from what that's true?
and
why do I still have
these feelings for you?

Comments

  1. easy there....good poem tho...lot of depth...

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  2. that was deep man..
    and about the grammar...its still tolerable..

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  3. hey prince, thats such an awesome one from u!
    never thot ur such a good poet!
    lucky girl, huh!

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