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Swing By

I see you pass by and often it’s not accidental,

I purposely wait until you come along and yes, it’s not coincidental.

But I’m not the only one crushing on you,

Others go out of their way for you too.

You’re well admired for your character and charm,

And that smile! Oh, makes me feel warm.

So as you go on with your routine,

I wait for you to swing by while I sip some caffeine.

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A Phase

He was just a phase.

Much like the moon with its different phases

He came and stayed on my sky for a bit

Enough to inspire

Enough for me to want and fall in love with.

And like the moon

He disappeared one day

And slowly too did my desire for him.

He was just a phase

A lesson I had to learn the hard way

But a lesson learned, nonetheless.

©Maria Michaela

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A Simple Word

“I love you” is a simple word

But greatly abused

Greatly over used

Greatly misused

Mostly taken advantaged of

And often forgotten.

And so I say to all those who need to hear this,

Remember these words

I love you

©Maria Michaela

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Innocence

Everything is wonderful and magical in the eyes of an innocent child.

The world is fun to explore and you just want to jump and run wild!

Curious of many things, everywhere you turn is whimsical.

In awe with a lot of things that seem astronomical.

You see beauty through your innocent eyes.

As for me, you are the beauty and it’s no surprise.

©Maria Michaela

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To Thee

Edgar wrote of Annabel Lee

Who lived in the kingdom by the sea.

I’d also like to write poetry

About my love to thee.

But feelings are hard to put into words.

How can I make it sweet like the chirping of the birds?

What sort of rhyme must I write

To let your emotions ignite?

Still, ideas escape me

Unlike Edgar who wrote about Annabel Lee.

My paper is still empty

And I still contemplate of that poetry

One that I’ll dedicate to thee.

©Maria Michaela

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Tongue Tied

I want to tell you something

Tell you that your smile is captivating.

But how can I say this out loud?

I can’t handle this crowd.

I get nervous just being near you

I know that’s nothing new.

But I wish I didn’t stumble around you

I wish I knew what to do.

Still, everytime I try to convey what I feel inside

My words get lost, then I start to slur and get tongue tied.

So when you ask, I just smiled

Because I would rather be silent and hide

Than to try and speak and again get tongue tied.