yihuai ying


A Better Moment


A better moment
A better condition
more laughs, more happiness
seeing the fish under deep sea
wandering in a foreign park
not knowing what's ahead waiting for me
if this is for me
I'd rather pay twice of that upon him
that's also my strategy

Adding it into what you collected as best moments
but this cost is too much
someone gains and they look upward for more
someone they'll not draw back their hands while looking at their spare in front of face
though you followed me most of the ways
I'm not with you, this is also fate
waiting for my death
It's what I've been wished
your fluffy, your meat
is what I will bring with me
in tomb
someday you will realise
who's there
make it all

Submitted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 14, 2011

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