A moment moves so quickly,
In an instance you appear, and another you’re gone with the wind.
Two years have passed and your ghost still haunts me,
And the memories still hold a weight over me.
My dreams remind me at night,
Of the constant smiles you once had,
Those eyes that I fell into once upon a time,
And I always end up waking up in a pool of sweat,
Staring at my ceiling, day-dreaming you’ll come back,
A moment passes so quickly,
I’m walking down the street, and a painting appears before my dull eyes,
They glisten one more time as the panting’s details remind me of yours.
A perfect split of hair falling between each side of your face,
And a deadly smile that makes your heart tense and skip a beat,
All your love comes back to me at once, please go away.
A memory moves so slowly,
And your face appears on the stranger walking towards me,
But this time, it isn’t a stranger, it really is you.
My heart tiks like a time bomb, my breath quickens with nerves,
What next? Please look at me. Please don’t.
Inches away and your eyes catch mine,
Those green eyes always had a particular shine,
I fall in surrender because I know I can’t win,
You defeat me slowly as you kiss my lips.
Your eyes are watery and you say you’re sorry.
My vision goes blurry and I can’t hear a thing.
A moment moves so perfectly,
Rose petals fell from the sky,
They turned rotten once you said goodbye.
My mind told me to stay away,
My heart told me to keep it this way,
But I can’t get over that beautiful face,
That broke my heart on Valentine’s Day.
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