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Emotion Less

Emotion Less
By FahdIbrahim on 03/02/2009
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I still remember the night of moon
When all seem good and weather was cold
my phone rang as I sung while driving
I heard a voice with little depression

She said she wanted to meet me right then
I turned my car with a smile little heart beat
Growing fast and slow
The songs volume grew higher as I started signing louder

The road seemed grew longer and the time stopped
and as the meeting point got nearer my heart beat fearer,
The time was once again in motion and songs the all got mingled up in my mind

I opened the door and stepped down could not feel the ground
I grabbed the door with slipped confident and closed it as a bang
I went to her where she sat the bench was cold and night melt hot
She smiled and I could feel the sky no more high

I went near her and smiled back she took my hand to hold them
I could do no more my heart stopped beating and the throat got dry
As she spoke the songs start mingling again
She said, she liked someone now love that one
Wanted me to tell him

I could still feel her hand, the heart beat is still, throat dry and I stand still Emotionless
The moon still light, the weather still cold
And I could still hear the songs but now fading
Not mingling.

© By FahdIbrahim On 3/2/2009 2:24:46 AM
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