Raindrops is a poem written by John Marc Cruz and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Terrible Ideas for the month of July. Raindrops Stuck, In the middle road. Sky’s discharging its emotion. And maybe I…
thank you for reminding me that what I want isn't always right no matter how I try to play it in my mind wrong equals wrong and right will always be right
And I can't get over you. I cannot just erase you in my mind. I cannot just unlove the spirit that lives in your chest, and just like how you vanished, I cannot convince myself that you were just a mirage from a lucid dream.
Liberate yourself from the past by embracing them, and then letting them go.
Do I wish it could have been more? I imagine it would have Could we have been more?
Told myself you are a mediocre and I’m just enjoying. But see, you are diligent, entrusted your past to me Promised you’ll wait and we’ll live happily.
I wish I could tell you what a coward you are. I wish I could tell you that you didn't break my heart but you broke my spirit somehow. It's no use pointing fingers I brought this on myself. But I wish you knew.
I dreamt I saw you. Perhaps I did see you in the distance of my imagination. And I caught the moment stilled in shock and held on to it.
Makalilimutin ka. Kaya naman ako lagi ang umaalala. Kaya lang sa hindi ko malamang dahilan, mukhang kinalilimutan mo na talaga ang mga bagay kung saan ako masaya.
Perhaps I did see you in the distance of my imagination.
I will never forget that time when we danced the night away. That time when it was only you and me, heart to heart, no words exchanged.
I have many flaws, and I've learned and still learning to love them.