I don’t love it when you smile,
Your eyes are gone when you do,
Let me see your eyes for a while,
My feeling is a twirling tornado.
Having a glimpse of you makes my day,
It cheers me up when I feel down,
But our fate is just astray,
Our destiny is known.
Since I met you I don’t know,
My feeling becomes unknown,
I hoped this feeling would be gone,
But the signs make me realize you’re the one.
I don’t know whether to trust fate,
Or just let it do its work,
I don’t know if the signs are accurate,
My heart is booming like a firework.
The painful truth awakens me,
We’re not yet for each other,
But I won’t be gloomy,
Because I’m hopeful someday we’ll be together.
PS: I am not that creative at the moment. "Sabaw" as what we call it in our Filipino street language. This poem is so shallow, I think. So please bear with me and my "sabaw-ness".
I also have a problem with spacing, so I put some bars to separate each set of stanzas. I'm asking for a little help? Hehe.Spacing problem solved with the help of DemonGoddess. Thanks!
PSS: By the way, "Chinito" is what we Filipinos call those Chinese-looking guys because of their eyes. Every time they smile, their eyes disappear, which I really find so cute. ^_^