Monday, April 9, 2012

If You Meet My Girlfriend*


by Gil Camporazo

Juliet Ajaab
Juliet Ajaab
If you meet my girlfriend tell her I tried
I had to tell her a lie for a reason
Every time I hurt her within me died too
So please, if you meet her tell her
I'm still longing for her.

If you meet my girlfriend tell her I've suffered too
It was always about her, always deep inside me I love her
I've caused so much pain in her heart
and it terribly made me crazy.
If you meet my girlfriend tell her though I'm a man
I do have to shed tears too.

If you meet my girlfriend tell her that I've to depart ways
Though I'm terribly caring and loving person,
but I'm forced to keep it all alone by myself
Even though I want to stay, my heart knows I have to move on
If you meet my girlfriend please tell her I've a dreaded disease!
But I'm still waiting for her in heaven.

*a response to Juliet Ajaab's poem, "If You Meet My Boyfriend"

19 comments:

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    1. Thanks julz for the appreciation... :)

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  2. what a sweet poem!but it makes me feel sad at the last paragraph.

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    1. Sorry to hear this... But it just only an expression and reflection of one's emotion.

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  3. funny, sweet and sad... If I meet your girlfriend, I'll tell her the truth...
    You're one great poet Sir!:)

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  4. The poem was sad yet very heartwarming. Not the best of ways to die though, knowing that you'll be leaving someone you love dearly behind. But it's a fact of life.

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  5. poignant, Sir Gil :) did not know you were a romantic!

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  6. Awww, I'm a sucker for bitter sweet love poems. Another masterpiece from you Sir Gil.:)

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  7. Aww Sir Gil, what a sweet and heartwarming poem!

    "If you meet my girlfriend please tell her I've a dreaded disease!
    But I'm still waiting for her in heaven." - This is my favorite line!

    God bless! :-)

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  8. sincerely touched my heart

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  9. wow! that is totally deep and romantic for girls!! good job po! xx

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  10. this would absolutely be lovelier if this were turned to a song, sir gil. :)

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    1. Good suggestion. Well taken. Thanks Athena.

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  11. Sad but beautiful. I love the choice of words Sir Gil. In poetry and in feature articles...I am your admirer.

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    1. Thanks, enzo. I'm also one of your admirers and followers of your blog.

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