George Sicillia

Rookie (1978-present / Ambon)

3rd of September


3rd of September
I wanna go home
Bring a bouquet of rose
Put on your gravestone
As a sign of love

3rd of September
Day when God sent you to this earth
Day when you are dying, then
God take you back to His embrace
Declare that you belong to Him

3rd of September
I thanking God for having you a while in my life
Whose teaches me what love is
Coz love never die
In a heart of our

3rd of September
I wanna go home
Bring a bouquet of rose
Put on your gravestone
As a sign of love


***
Jakarta,3 September 2008

Submitted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, September 03, 2008

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