The Century Times

Leaves drop to the ground like raindrops The season of falling The only time when my heart never drops Is when I hear you calling Although it is fall All I seem to do is rise Getting up everyday and facing the same wall Which honestly is no surprise As the outside is getting colder And my heart is getting warmer each day I lean on your shoulder And enjoy the leaves change colour day by day But it always renders me speechless That the only thing falling this season is me for and its relentless


Juliane Kanda, Contributing Writer
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I want to be I want to be the last breath you breathe The last sight you see The only thing that makes you happy It must only be me I want to be the apple of your eye That always makes you smile The one you will lean on when you cry And the only one you have on speed dial I want to be the reason you’re alive The only thing that gives you life The one that makes you thrive And knows everything about your life I want to be your everything But you probably don’t know that I’m existing

Sonnet 39

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