The walls around me.

I built walls so high,

No one could climb it.

Waiting for someone,

Who cared enough to try.

A few tried,

But gave up after a while.

Guess they were too tired,

To climb so high.

And then you came along,

With a smile and a song.

Singing about how,

You wanted to break my walls down.

I watched you take a hammer to my walls,

From behind a closed window.

Waiting for you to give up,

Like so many others before.

I watched you work for days,

And weeks, and months.

Never giving up,

Never tiring.

Finally, I opened a window,

And you climbed inside.

And together we broke the walls,

That I had built so high.

You sang a song,

And I finally sung along.


-The Girl Lost In The Bookstore

89 thoughts on “The walls around me.

  1. Sounds like a tough guy, climbing the walls have been easy but why give up when your destination is the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen.
    On a serious๐Ÿ˜ฎ note, he could have come like a wrecking ball and hit you so hard in love and then break your walls.

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  2. It’s the most appropriate time that I am going through this wonderful and lovely work, a tiring, inspiring, piece, inspires to learn the power of tenacity, …

    Thank you so much…. I have been trying hard and will be trying hard … this will certainly give a girls’ perceptive …
    Thanks for sharing….
    God bless!!

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  3. Sounds like the right one came along eh. ๐Ÿ™‚ Vulnerability can be hard, but one can’t truly experience the true beauty of connection in relationships without it.
    WooHoo! Tear down those walls.
    ๐Ÿ™‚ โค

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