The Unsolved Mystery

What a mystery thou art!
I try to solve the riddle part by part;
And as the sands of time swiftly flow…
Hope I’ll be able to take the harsh winter’s blow.

The depth your eyes portray,
Makes me wanna dive right into it, rather than walk away.
It so hurts me to see the pain below…
It leaves a hole in my heart making me feel a little more hollow.

Your enchanting smile casts a charm of its own,
Makes me go weak in my knees and has me shivering till my bone.
The aura around you – oh, so intimidating! The charisma and twinkle of your deep brown eyes, has my heart-beating.

What a mystery thou art!
I try to solve the riddle part by part;
And as the sands of time swiftly flow…
Hope I’ll be able to take the harsh winter’s blow.

Your silence speaks so much more than the words you say,
Memories of our past life, in my mind, begin to play.
How complicated and entangled our lives hath become, I wonder!
“Friendship” still seems the best potion against life’s storm and thunder.

I promise I’ll hold onto “Friendship” and never let go,
I seek answers to the mystery, asking help from every friend and foe.
Yet, it seems no one can answer the who and how and where and why I desperately await the spring where flowers bloom and butterflies fly!

What a mystery thou art!
I try to solve the riddle part by part;
And as the sands of time swiftly flow…
Hope I’ll be able to take the harsh winter’s blow.

How much does it hurt when a heart breaks?
The pain caused is directly proportional to the sound one makes.
We wait for time to heal the wound and be happy again,
It all sounds so silly when you see what you’ve got in the bargain.

I ask, what is the best medicine for a broken heart?
And there’s no answer from any one – however witty or intelligent or smart.
Then I suggest how about being held in a loving embrace…
Sealed with a kiss – face to face!

What a mystery thou art!
I try to solve the riddle part by part;
And as the sands of time swiftly flow…
Hope I’ll be able to take the harsh winter’s blow.

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