Gabriela Duricova

Rookie (22.5.1984 / Bratislava)

Hunt For Wind And Rain

You're a master of disaster
And you know I am no better
So forgive this little
Lack of confidence

I put into our surprisingly
Complicated matter
In union of two beings those
Let's now be honest - shatter
And break practically everything that gets into their hands

You're scared of losing love
For then you would again be lonely
While I'm afraid of giving it
As I've always been used

Ghosts of fears and guilts
From past still follow our steps wanly
How can I trust among all
Those faces I'm the only
One you want and care about? Lest my heart will be bruised...

You say in love's no guarantee
Or it just becomes duty
Chasing after affection
Is like hunt for wind and rain

But I don't want to waste
My life reviving forlorn beauty
Nor watch pure angel's wings
Slowly turn sad, ragged and sooty
And long ago I learned pleasure goes hand in hand with pain

Submitted: Monday, August 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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