Vanessa Cabrera

(July 31 1987 / Guinobatan Calapan City Oriental Mindoro, Philippines)

06. Best Before End


Every walk i take
and sometimes i'm not awake,
awake in the truth.
Every where i go
still i don't know...
Where i should be?

It should be here?
To take all the risk.
Or i should be there?
To the place i'm not familiar,
and take off the scars of my broken dreams.

Is the phantom of the past disappear?
When my future is unclear.
Is this ghost in me will vanish?
And when were my life can be flourished?

I want to be free.
Free from my nightmares and cast.
I want to find the happiness,
and give all my best,
to make this life better.

God help me to overcome all the risk
to be better person, daughter, friend and to be the best before end.

-vanessa-

Submitted: Tuesday, March 02, 2010
Edited: Saturday, March 20, 2010

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