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Fate

Things in life just
happen rather we
like it or not. A
choice is what was
given to us one
night when you came
into my life. A
reason, a thought,
a chance that I
would be here.
That was fate.
The day I started
to like you, it
just happen. Maybe
subconsciously I
wanted it to
happen, but I was
not thinking it.
I could have told
you that night,
but I was afraid
that I would lose
a friend. That
was fate telling
me that I had a
choice.
Fate has brought
us together to
share in each
other's lives.
For me to have
a chance to fall
in love and to
be happy. For
you to find
unconditional
love and to
feel worthy of
that love.

Patrick K

Copyright 2002 Patrick K

Feeling Of Emptiness

The feeling of wanting
her so bad you can
reach out to her and
feel her strong arms
around you tightly.
You can smell her
soft hair, her
scented perfume, and
her glistening skin.
You can imagine the
sparkle in her eyes.
I looked deep within
her eyes to reveal
her perfect soul.
They twinkled when
she is happy. I saw
her love for me.
She touched my heart
with just a look
into my eyes.
Carefully wiping
away a tear from
her flush cheek,
you realized you
have fallen for
her without even
a thought. She
spoke like an
angelic chorus
from heaven that
has graced my
life. We suddenly
kissed softly on
the lips as
passionately as
both permitted. I
opened my eyes to
awake laying on
my bed and her
nowhere to be
found. A dream
of what might
come? Only time
knows.

Patrick K

Copyright 2002 Patrick K