“You’ll be gone forever” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Few years ago as I looked back the time

I was just sitting here and waiting

And asking myself when you would be mine?

I counted the waves that struck

On heavy rocks that reached upon my sight

And then you came tapping my back

Your luminous smile shone on me that night

I looked at your face

Your eyes were in glimmering light

Those were the wonderful days

When you became my life

Now here I am sitting and waiting

And asking myself when will I hold your hands

I know that I am just dreaming

For you’ll be gone forever

And there’ll be no chance

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