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ary bolanos

Rookie - 27 Points (april 18,1970 / houston, tx)

Forget How to Forget


The things I would like to forget

All the mistakes that I meant to do
The heart of my regret
The soul of my disease
The rise of my demise

The things I would like to forget

All the things I did not do
Not having the courage to try
Not finding the strength to turn around
Not reaching back to reaching out

The things I would like to forget

All the things I can't control
The color of your eyes
The smile that fits your face
The song in my heart of a love long gone

The things I would like to forget
But I forget how to forget

Submitted: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Edited: Monday, May 18, 2009

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