To Love The Girl You Never Saw
Author: Kadhir


The meaning behind the letters had so much thought,
that they gave me feelings of content.
I wondered day by day, for the moment that we would finally meet.
But the forces that binded us kept us from being one.
All i was only able to see was your typed words and the image of love.
The eyes within your image drew me deeper, into the contented whirlwind.
So I came to a conclusion that you would be the one.
The one to id of my past errors, and guide me on the road to fullfillment.
The day we spoke, was one that would last for eternity.
I couldnt live a day without the sound of your voice or the sight of your words.
But One Day Changed That All.
We soon grew ransom of one another.
The calls stopped answering and the words started ending.
The day we last typed, was one that would end grimmfully.
One to continue my past errors, and lose me on the road of containment.
So I came to a realization that I was the only one, left lone.
The image of your eyes suddenly changed, into whirlwinds of displeasement.
All I was only able to see was the thoughts that repeated on in my caged mind.
But the vices that controlled us now keep us from being one.
I wondered minute by minute, what possiblity happened with the time we had?
that gave us feelings of content.
And now the thoughts have so much meaning behind the letters....I Love You


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