Looking For You

I used to look for your face every day
amongst the crowds milling around the city.
I desperately wanted to see that smile,
the one that always made my heart skip a beat.
You never knew how much that smile meant,
it lit my world every time you smiled at me.
I know I wanted to kiss you so tenderly,
your brown eyes searching mine, pupils dilate.
Did you want to reciprocate that kiss?
Maybe if I had been brave enough, just once,
my life would be with you, but I’m alone.
Now the desires are gone, but there are days
when I still search the faces of the city, looking for you

©2010 Trevor Litchfield
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