At random days,
I would thought about you
and the way you looked at me.
Like you saw a thousand stars
in my eyes,
you can hardly looked away.
You kissed my forehead with
your gentlest lips,
Like the waves do
when they reach the shoreline.
I hope, it was never-ending
That even in the drought of sparks
and darkness of times,
I hope you never change.
Even when the ocean turns
into a vast land of decays
or the starless nights cry
of insipid rain.
Even when the stars you saw in my eyes,
lose its shine
and our body grows old and cold.
I hope it will still be the same.
I saw it in my mother’s eyes when she scolded me.
I saw it on the airport
As they kissed and bidded goodbye.
I saw it in the hallway,
while he watch her go away.
I saw it in grocery bags,
and never thought cash can
be turn into love.
I saw it how it was spoke in a mother’s lips,
As she animates his son’s funny tricks.
I saw it my Father’s silence
though I know, his heart was ripped.
I saw it when my sister cleans the dishes
Cause my brother is going home late.
To my best friend, I saw it in our coffee dates.
Endless conversation, all laughter, no fakes.
I saw it wiring over the air, linking him to her.
Like that great big sky they share and sleep under.
I saw it as the readers gasp in their horror books.
I saw it on the writer’s paper.
I saw it in every teacher’s hand
filled with chalk smudge.
I saw it in every place
But the World cared so less
these past few days.