My Better Half

A poem to my better half, whomever that may be.

Days pass , My heart goes out.

As my tears thicken in an endless pout.

Question after question I tend to ask,

When will I remove my dark veiled mask.

Will she like what she sees,

Will she cares what she sees,

Will her heart fill with me,

Or will she just turn and flee.

And if somehow, we ended up together,

Will it be a week long fling, or will it be forever.

Will she be mine, even when I’m far away,

Confident that we may be together someday.

Who knows? Who cares? Of course, I care ,

But her feelings I respect, I have to be fair.

Months pass, Do I dare?,

Confess how I feel with you there.

Imagine how you feel? I can’t comprehend,

But my heart with this poem, I send.

The picture of you on the wall,

Memories of us in the hall.

I just wish it could be better,

Please respond to this letter.

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