Menime Soul

(August 2005 - 6th September 2010 / Khonsa)

From sunshine till it rains


Don't know if i stand a chance to be with u again..
To be by your side & see the sunshine & the rain.

I've got addictd so much, now i hardly care for pain..
Hoping we'll be there, to see d sunshine & d rain.

Those who can feel love, have so much there to lose..
Those who can't, have so much there to choose.

I'm so hollow inside that i can't raise my hands..
The hands that held u once, to show the sunshine & the rain.

And the day when God will grant a change..
know that i would choose to be the same.

I do wana see u once again,
With the start of the sunshine, till the end of the rain.

Submitted: Monday, November 23, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, November 24, 2009

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