Posted in Literary Pieces, Poems

Childhood Memory

Hey.

We once played hide-and-seek
When one makes sure the other won’t peek
We played everyday to our heart’s content
And end every day by just how it went

One day, when our hearts started to speak
We started to feel emotions at its peak
We started to blind ourselves by love
And sharing everything that we have

Until the end was the end we cannot prevent
Like the same old days, we end by just how it went
Who would wipe my tears now with her palms
When you already died in my own two arms

As days passed by without you by my side
Every day seems a pair of worlds will collide
So I will remember that one childhood memory
The times we played since we were three

Winter, spring, summer, and fall
Our childhood days, I’ll remember them all
You are all of my precious days
No any day could simply replace

Posted in Literary Pieces, Poems

Monologue

Would I consider myself to be blind
If all I see’s your picture on my mind
Would I consider myself to be mute
If I can’t tell you’re romantically cute

Would I consider myself to be crazy
If with you, my feelings can’t go easy
Will you hear me when I say to you
Darling, I’m so in love with you

Roses are red, violets are blue
Why can’t I tell my feelings for you
So I made this poem especially for you
But I don’t expect you to love me, too

Posted in Literary Pieces, Poems

I’ll Be Waiting

I’ll be waiting for you ’til my last breath comes out
‘Cause you’re the only girl I cannot live without
I’ll wait for you even if it takes forever
Create our forever and after together

I’ll be waiting for you even if you once left me
Because you’re that special, and my one and only
I’ll be waiting for you no matter what it takes
Even you’re once tempted by your greatest mistakes

I’ll be waiting for you, I’ll accept you wholly
I’ll truly accept you with every single part of me
Running together in love; let’s get back on our track
I’ll be here waiting, hoping for you to come back

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Why Do I Love Her

Whenever I look into her eyes
Shimmer like the stars in the skies
It makes me want to mesmerize
About the feeling I can’t disguise

Her scent that lingers round the room
Her smile that lightens all the gloom
What I loved the most was her smile
Which makes me run for an extra mile

I’ll tell her I love her, oh I really wanted to
Even planned my future just for us two
How I wish I could be with you forever
And create ourselve our happily ever after

(7-7-6)

Posted in Literary Pieces, Short Stories

Water Out For Your Worst Enemy (Lust)

Sins

A man who’s only chilled was drowned at an early age. From that point on, he blocked love from his mind. He became one of the most notable professionals. Having fun personal and business experiences, he found himself sunk in a deep depression, swallowing in unceasing misery. He spent time continually asking questions about everything that has happened. After years of misery, he made the greatest discovery of his life. His worst enemy… is himself.

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The Moment I Saw You…

The moment that I saw you cry
It made my feelings to go down
The moment that I saw you try
It encouraged me not to drown

The moment that I saw you glad
It made my feelings to go up
The moment that I saw you mad
Makes me wonder more than enough

The things that affects your feeling
Seems that also affects mine
Just looking the stars asking
“Lord, tell me, when will she be mine?”

Posted in Literary Pieces, Short Stories

A Script From The Story, “The Story of Our Love”

“We were having a dinner at a fancy restaurant, with some instrumentalists playing some sort of soothing music. He confessed his feelings to me. Then, my strong feelings to him controlled me that time, so we became a couple. We became a couple for two years, and from being boyfriends and girlfriends, he asked me to marry him at the same restaurant, and at the same table. Once again, I was controlled by my strong feelings to him, and I gave my “Yes” to him.”
– Sarah Lynne Shacagawa, “The Story of Our Love”

Available at:

https://holdonuntilitsover.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/the-story-of-our-love/

Denver and I were having a dinner at a fancy restaurant, with some instrumentalists playing some sort of soothing music. I was so shy and speechless at that particular time because it is my first time to be in a romantic place with a close friend.

“Nice place, isn’t it?” Denver asked as he started the conversation.

“Nice… very nice.”

“How did you like the food?”

“It’s delicious, because, of course, you had ordered my favorite!” I happily said.

“Do you want to be here more often, just you and me?” he asked shyly.

“Yah… sure! If, and only if, we both have time for ourselves!” I proclaimed without any hesitations.

There were a couple of minutes of silence.

“When the times had passed since the time that we were became boyfriends and girlfriends, it seemed to be I loved you more than I had expected. It was been a long time since the day that we became like this. I want this love to last until our lives will now end. I also made up my mind, and also prepared to accept you wholly in my life and to be my partner in life.”

“What are you trying to say, Denver, my love?”

“I had been waiting for so long to say this to you, so here I go. Just prepare yourself… Sarah Lynne Shacagawa, will you be my partner in life? Will you marry me?” Denver said, accompanied by bringing out a box with a diamond engagement ring, opened the box, and showed it to me.

“You know, Denver that I am waiting for this to happen for so long. It even reached to the point that I doubted to you that you will not going to marry me. It would be a big “Yes”!”

Denver jumped with glee, and I am happy because, finally, what I had dreamt for so long came true. After Denver jumped, he put the ring to my ring finger.