Monday, May 28, 2007

The end... or just a beginning?

That long night,
A night of truth,
A night of promises,
A night of dreaming…

The look in your eyes,
The words on your lips,
The warmth in your hands,
The tenderness in your actions,
A long night to remember.

A night of laughter,
A night of tears,
A night filled with possibilities,
A night I held back.

A night of passion,
A night of sadness,
A night of decision,
A night of abrasion.

A night to treasure,
A night to hate,
A night of a lifetime,
A night that hurt.

A night of our last goodbye,
A night to live our lives by.

Sure, it’s Tough!

Sometimes when you hear people say,
“It’s not your fault, you let him stay.”
You just gotta remind yourself,
It’s not the end of the world now;
It’s not the end of the world now.

Don’t tremble and shake,
Everytime you’re pushed together by chance.
Don’t try to fake it;
If it hurts, let it show.
If you can’t see through him,
Don’t walk out the door.

It’s not the end of the world now;
It’s not the end of the world now.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

A Bright Future

Your laughter,
So natural,
Brings to mind,
The sparkle in your eyes…

Your peppy voice,
Brings memories of,
Pristine morning sunshine…

Juggling your life,
You bring happiness,
To all, around you.

Your tiny hands,
Touching every heart;
You, my baby, are pure and true.

Having you, seeing you,
Reassures me,
There’s still hope,
For this world too.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Just A Natural Progression

Building lives,
Making things better;
You have it in you,
To dream for others.
Gather your strength,
And use it well.

On the way, surprise yourself!

Keep distractions at bay,
Your destiny beckons.
Enjoy the journey;
Every song, every thorn,
Every storm, every stone;

For these will make your stories,
Memorable forever; for you and all…

Zoned Out

He sat by the shore,
Looking into the expanse,
Of the great, big ocean.
She stood there,
Majestic and tall;
Promising him adventures,
Like he had never known before;
A chance to sail away.

He looked back,
At the land, he
Had just walked on;
A land he knew so well.
She sat there,
Waiting for him;
Promising him a life,
He had already known.

The ocean breeze,
Touched his cheeks.
Momentarily, he looked,
At her again.

He saw the fire in her eyes;
A fire that excited, a fired that scared.
The winds heightened,
His belly churned,
Tempted to take a step,
A step closer to her.
He took that step;
The fear of the unknown,
Gripped him once more.

The fire from her eyes,
Showed in his eyes too…
“There is too much
At stake darling.”
He said, with tears
Shining in eyes,
Just behind the fire.

He blew her a kiss,
Into the wind;
Turned back and
Walked away;
Back to the comfort,
Of a life he recognized so well.