and as I walked through the garden
I saw the moon
I saw its light
I saw those city lights
and as walked and walked and kept on walking
I found a door
As I held the **** and
Opened the door
I found people walking past me
and I thought
I shouldn't have opened it.
In the empty but crowded places
In the heart full of things and people
In the love that screams needs
In the darkness of lights
I hope I have that someone
in whose heart there is a special place
with whom the crowded places seems empty with just him and me
The needs of ours are fulfilled with love
And in each others happiness We are able to love our darkness too.
To love the unlike
To lean in & hear
To read people's eyes
To get up for the fallen
To laugh for the pain
All it takes is courage.
You were like drops on pine trees after rain
the fog like magic
and the pure drops of melted snow on leaf
when the days cleared you were like the sun and the moon
and I loved you more everyday because
you came like you never left.
Here I am again with Words that means something to you #3 hope you like it.
in the streets
lightened up to the sky
and I walked
by the shops
by the bars
by the shore
I am back once again with #wordsthatmeanssomethingtoyou as promised on Wednesday. I hope my words stirs the memories in you freshens the feelings I hope it means something to you.
I wish when it rains you watch it with someone by your side
I wish when you are running away from yourself someone is making sure you don't fall
I wish when you laugh someone is there to share the happiness
I wish at times when you are crying someone is there by your side
I wish you are never alone at times when someone's presence will make a difference to go through it .
So I planned on posting every Wednesday WORDS THAT MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU posts and I wish they actually do so. I hope you like them❤
My heart is aching
The autumn is here too
Drugs in my blue veins
Is running faster than my slowing breath
Will peonies bloom from my dried blood
Just like these dead leaves falling from tree
Will I meet you again when the spring comes.