Tayama

Ten Years

You posted a video, ten years older now…

Same crooked smile I love…

You wear your hair black I see…

Was that for me?

 

Probably…

Was the only time you wore it that dark...

I miss you so much it hurts my heart…

Why Stephanie?

You still punishing?

I forgave myself, please forgive me…

We promised we’d see each other on the other side as the snow fell…

 I stood in that same spot baby last week, but dared not tell…

Because I’m still good at closing doors…

Yet it doesn’t prevent the pain as it pours…

Deep in the winter as the cold reminds me of the night, we met…

And forever chased our forbidden love, we just couldn’t seem to get…

To last…

Please post again in ten years and let me know your alive…

So, I can relive that cold winter when you were mine…

 

Not a day goes by that I don't think of you honey…God I loved you and still do.

 

 

 

 

 

Comments1

  • Goldfinch60

    Good emotive write Tayama, maybe one day you will open the door and find her standing there.

    Andy

    • Tayama

      No. That can’t happen. To many would be affected. Maybe on the other side. Forgiveness let me walk away.



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