diana rose tolentino
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In the prairie down the hill, I can see the grass so green. With cascaded flowers everywhere, And their fragrances fill the air.
The heat is rising, So is the boredom. Head-breaking noises Cutting through my brain.
Grow Old Waiting
watching the sun setting down again Another day past waiting in vain With hope that tomorrow would be the day That you will finally find your way.
The Story Of Us **1**
I thought I could believe That everything would be alright. I thought it would be enough To trust someone just like that.
Behind The Mask
In the midst of the night, while the whole Earth sleeps. The heart of this girl still weeps in its wake. The sound of the sobs, cutting through the silence of the night. The sound of despair will stop only with the light.
Winter In My Heart
The breeze that blows is the winter wind, Freezing blood throughout my veins. Instead of the warmth of your embrace, I felt the shiver from your cold gaze.
Never Want To Dream Again
I never dream of being with someone Someone who will love and care for me I never dream of being with you So why, now it seems that I can’t let go
The Story Of Us **2**
Through the distance I thought I’d heal Looking at the horizon surrounded by seas Water and skies, endless boundaries I kept on staring as far as I can see.
The Story Of Us **3**
God grant me a moment that changed my life Along with yours when victory came at last I never gave you up, now I get what I want A picture of you and I together came to life
Artemis will hunt you down Bow and Arrows in her hands Beware and be warned Her Temper is known through out the land
Back To Where I’ve Started
I found you when I was trying to forget someone to whom I have been so hurt. Sad and lonely and ever so vulnerable My heart had wavered for a minute or so.
Wondering 'What If'
What if.. There are times when I think about the things that might have been different if I happen to be someone else.
I‘ve lost. I raced so hard and got the award. I searched the crowd but he is not around. They threw flowers with no regard.
The Curse Of Waiting
Time do not stand still Nor it waits for just anyone. I moves on its own free will. It is up to us what will be done.
In the prairie down the hill,
I can see the grass so green.
With cascaded flowers everywhere,
And their fragrances fill the air.
As I walk as gentle as the breeze,
Try not to harm life beneath my feet,
Daisies, sweet peas and daffodils,
And crown of laurels in my head.
I felt the wind gently blew my hair,
While dandelions dance in gay.
A big smile painted colors in my face,
As I watch them with such grace.
The feeling just took my breath away,
Surely a place beyond compare.
An honor to be on this blessed soil,
The refuge for ...