I just found out that rereading your old writings is a pretty tough stuff. Sometimes you cringe and think if it was really you who wrote and couldn’t believe you had those words in you to express those emotions flowing from within. I can’t help but wonder how a simple arrangement of words could make a huge statement out of nothing. Well, as I went through with my search of my old writings, I found this piece that sometimes still occurs in my thoughts. The meaning it conveys could be true to many standing relationships out there, BFF or whatnot..:)
(Edited Version – Nov. 24, 2004)
Amidst many a-thousand crowd With deafining music – that’s so loud I happened to turn around And you – I found
Sudden emotions rushed through my veins But only one feeling was suggested by my brain That you, I will keep forever in my heart Your image in my mind will never depart
But how can you be such an idiot In my soul you created a riot How can you be so indifferent And misunderstand what I’ve always meant
Some folks may say we’re compatible And the moments we have shared were unforgettable But neither your words nor your actions Could ever verify my wanted emotions.
You laugh, you shout, You roam in and out You’re busy with your life Creating fun and even strife
You dance, you sing You even dare mingling With other people around you Who seem to be new and true
But you tend to be forgetting That one thing which keeps me smiling ITs the knowing that you care for me Though its the least I could forsee
How could you be so ignorant Snubbing a thing which to me is important We shouldn’t be conformed to people’s changes But how can you be struck with such indifference?
Does that make sense?? Anyways, you guys can started guessing who’s the inspiration behind this…:)
I am Jena, an experienced content creator, who is passionate about travel, health and wellness, and fashion. I'm an avid traveler and digital nomad, who loves to craft and sew and who has some IT background. I aspire to help others with 'no niche' online find their voice and just express themselves.