Fearful of rejection,
She doesn’t put herself out there.
Instead, she lives a lonely life,
Wishing someone would care.
Isolated and alone,
He lives in his own head.
Too bad there wasn’t someone,
To focus on instead.
Perfectly suited for each other,
They live their lives apart.
Too bad they don’t know,
What lies in the others’ heart.
A chance meeting,
Would bring them both together.
Could they get outside of their heads,
Long enough to face the other?
A cautious smile on her part,
Replied by a slight nod on his.
They look full at each other,
Is there a chance for this?
He buys her a coffee,
They sit down and talk.
They smile and laugh,
And leave hand in hand for a walk.
Inside she feels fear and hope,
He feels the same two things.
It’s a small start,
That may just take on wings!
To help with research and treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia please go to http://www.tnnme.com (Trigeminal Neuralgia and Me) to sign a petition to have the World Health Organization (WHO) add Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) to their “Health topic list.””Hopefully one day I’ll get it right, or at least have fun, while about it I write!!”