Maria

Published by Dana Aliganga on

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Maria

 

Another season elapsed from that bluest forth out

The reciprocity of our vows have slouch

A plane took you my love

You deserted me alone, like a lonesome dove.

Our sweetest past I keep on remembering

-are those sweetest past you keep on forgetting.

You’re my home, but you made me homeless.

The venom of the Tower of Pisa provoke your hidden selfishness.

A metamorphosis had landed into your heart.

A typical disease sugarcoated by an aesthetic art.

I love you my dear.

And I’m Maria, the martyr.

Denialism they said, but they don’t understand.

I just love you; will you again, take my hand?

I gave you my life, world, yet all of a sudden

You wish a space, should I give you the universe then?

I am indeed sorry, for I am a fragile.

Hence, my loudest sadness is wrap in a smile.

I’m sorry for begging…

-to our new beginning.

I’m hoping for a one more chance

but you ignore to even take a glance.

Forcing you to love me again is a kind of cruelty.

But, destroying me for just loving you is a melancholy. 

A metamorphosis had landed into your heart.

A typical disease sugarcoated by an aesthetic art.

I love you my dear.

And. I’m Maria. The martyr.

 

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