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Hakima Smaili

Rookie (29-06-1993 / Algeria)

don't loose who you are


we often loose who we are
we sometimes loose oure selves
to gaine someone we don't deserve
we stand by and observe
but we can't react to this we live
sometimes you find your self on the edge of a cliff
so fast with no ability to drift
you hide in the darkness so no one could know
hidding so no one can realise
realise that this is killing you, your heart dies
too many mountain, unable to climb

broken no wings to fly,
hurt with no reason, close to die
you keep asking your self just why
you may scream, you may cry
but it just won't go away
no matter how you try
And you'll still have that need to cry
still have tears drooling down from the eye
and you still ask why
So never lose who you are

Submitted: Monday, August 27, 2012

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  • Rookie - 67 Points Guess Who (9/18/2012 8:43:00 AM)

    Beautiful and so meaningful ............ Keep the good work up Guess Who (Report) Reply

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