Waiting for you

Written by: Caroline Cécile Delacroix

Never did I entertain such a dark outcome in the pursuit of my dream with you. I held you so dear, my trust in you so deep harbored such high regard and I watched you part screamed inside had to let you decide felt tied, chained by the word that I knew and my eyes wouldn't, yet couldn't turn away. I could have killed him with my bare hands but couldn't let defeat enter my dream, now my sorrow so complete. And I wait, like a breath of fresh air inside the recess of your mind, and I wait Like a spring scented air that blows softly inside your heart, for the day, long awaited of your return. © 09.21.12