Please Do Not Forget

The way you looked at me
The first time we stared
Into each other’s eyes,
Please do not forget;

The way you asked how I was
and what my plans are,
Please do not forget;

The way you tried to spill lines
To make me laugh
And to keep the conversation going,
Please do not forget;

The way you took me out
For the first time,
Riding Ferris wheels
And eating burgers,
Please do not forget;

The way you smiled
On the very first photo we’ve ever had,
Please do not forget;

The way you held my hand
And how you crossed your fingers with mine,
Please do not forget;

The way you told me you love me
And kissed me on the cheek
To say good night,
Please do not forget;

The way you wrapped your arms around me
And hugged me from the back,
Please do not forget;

The way you say good morning
Every single day
And how you tell me
To take care,
Please do not forget;

The way you asked me
To stay,
They way you told me
You’ll never leave,
Please do not forget;

The way we promised
That we will be strong
And that we’ll make it
Until the end,
Please do not forget;

The way you make me feel loved
With every whisper
And every kiss,
Please do not forget;

The way you said sorry
And the way you said it’s fine
When I’m at fault,
Please do not forget;

The way we were,
The way we are,
The way we will be,
Please do not forget.

This applies to all.

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(FAYLOGNA, 2016)

Love is misunderstood.

I realized that love is not something you can make people understand, unless they had already been in the exact place as you are. It’s not something that you can explain and it’s not something that you can make people see unless they have the same eyes as yours. When you know you’ve found it, you just live with it and embrace every wonderful happiness and torturous pain it has to give you. And you know what’s great when you know it’s real? It’s the feeling of assurance that whatever happens, in the end, it’s going to be worth it.

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“Then he kissed her so deeply and so completely that she felt like she was falling, floating, spiraling down, down, down, like Alice in Wonderland.”
—Liane Moriarty