Monday, October 3, 2011

All Alone and Sad

Posted on Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 11:59 AM

It is Saturday night and I am all alone. I am very sad. I miss you very much. I wish that I could see you just one more time. I have not been in Nova Scotia for about a month. I just came back to see my old territory once again. I don't have many friends. I will not be staying here very long because it hurts to see you around the area. As Willie Nelson always sings, you are always on my mind. Every time that I see you passing by I feel that I have been put you high upon a pedestal. I remember staring into your eyes that Friday morning two years ago. I saw a beautiful person inside those eyes. Your eyes just stared right back at me. I felt so proud and very happy that a fancy man like you would even look my way. I wish that I could tell you that I really and truly love you but I am unable to do this because you already have a mate, at least, I think that you do. I only wished that you had not used your body language on me that Friday morning two years ago at the top of the pit in the north end of Halifax. You are unforgettable and I will always remember that morning for as long as I live. I think about you every day of my life. That is the gospel truth. That Friday morning was Sept. 11, 2009 at 11:38 am. Well I must say goodbye my love and I will always hold a very special place in my heart for you. Take care and be well. —Love Hurts

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