Alon Calinao Dy

Rookie (Samar, Philippines)

I Don't Know Why


I don't know why I'm madly in love with you.
I feel your love but break your heart.
I'm so happy but now feel bad.
Is it because I make you mad?

Sometimes, I don't know why love is ruthless.
Today we're both happy but the following days
We fight each other like we're worst enemies.
I don't know why but our love is always like this.

I don't know why I feel damn blue.
Is it because I make you upset?
Or, remind you of your past mistakes?
Why do I have to hurt you if my love is true?

My love, I don't know how to make things right
Or what I need to do to heal your broken heart.
One thing I'm sure is that I never give up
Until every beat of my heart stops.

I ask myself many times,
Are we really meant for each other?
I don't know why or how we find each other.
Perhaps, our love will last forever.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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