Poems by Mónika Tóth

Poems by Mónika Tóth
When I meet you
When I meet you
The sun starts to shine
The birds sing
The flowers start to bloom.
My heart is pounding,
my soul is happy
You left me
I am a caterpillar
in this world
without you
Do you..
Do you hear what I hear?
Do you feel what I feel?
Do you ache like I do?
Do you see what I see?
early morning
beautiful flowers in the table
your palm in my breasts
no title
Barren dreams.
Poisonous noise.
Broken heart and soul.
Life is bitter.
It should be fill with joy
but when your heart is broken
there’s nothing to enjoy.
It should be fill with joy
but when your soul is broken
there’s nothing to enjoy.
Life is bitter..
What am I for you?
you are my little world
what am I for you
crumpled handkerchief?
I would
I cared for you,
I wanted to be with you,
I wanted to hold you,
I never wanted to leave you,
I would never hurt you,
I would never betray you,
I would sacrifice all for you.
My pen
My pen is my needle
My pen is my joy
My pen is my sadness
My pen is my unhappiness
My pen is my sorrow
My pen is my everything
Welcome my life
dedicated my best Romanian friend Vasile
welcome to my life
when you walked into my life
you brought joy to my life
i am stronger and more blessed in life
for your friendship brings happy to my life
welcome to my poetry
I am glad to meet you
with you in my soul
I fly
Dear friend
thank you for your friendship
You are a goodness
Dedicated to my nice Romanian friend Vasile
You are a goodness of the Universe
You have a right to be here
And eternal right
To be you.
I look at you
I look at you
and I feel that
I cannot breath
love is magic.
I love again
I listen the song of heart
life is wonderful
I lose my mind
A short moment
Don’t waste it…
It’s the only you have.

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