A poem about a guy who constantly find romance he thought it would be only to find he’s just tricked by fate.
Riding in a bus letting this air touches my face,
Smiling to nothing with mind set in.
This girl I meet in our school is more than cool,
She makes my horrid day beautiful.
There I see her in the hallway waving at me.
Pretending I don’t see her so she’d constantly look at me,
Then I’d see clearly that smile brightens my day,
The longs walks I’ve made seems just a small leap away.
While waiting for the class, we talk too much stuff.
I sometimes don’t know what she’s talking about
‘Cause my ears fixed on a lovely music I’ve made at the back of my mind,
And with her brown eyes, I got lost I don’t know where I’d find.
Still we talk until somewhere we never thought,
I guess fate’s been hearing all along my silent yell,
Million miles away from the moment was yesterday,
Now inches closer to a girl this moment I swear I could forever stay.
Been on the cloud nine for ‘I don’t know’ minutes,
When a phone rings on hers and step back few meters.
Comes back and said, “Sorry that’s my boyfriend”, poised with a smile,
The kind of same smile I did to her earlier.
Everything drops–jaw, brain, the world and my heart.
Background music turns into fast-paced, gloomy sound
I bet fate’s laughing at me for his successful trick he did.
I guess this I add to a series of my romantic fails.
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