Cate Jade

(03/17/1996 / China)

Better Now


we are both better now
time has healed all our pain
it just happiness preventing our downs
now im traveling the endless train
to remind me of the memories that remain

on my train i watch the window
watching the day and night go by
as the wind slowly starts to blow
the pain in me fades into the sky

im not alone on this mission
im strong enough to fight this pain
cause love stories are only fiction
cause its emptying me like a drain

try try and try again
never give up life doesn't end
we will always be friends
cause your heat will always mend

Submitted: Friday, March 08, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 08, 2013

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