LoneLy Chix gwapa

Rookie (October 19,2009 / Valley of the dead)

I'm going to miss you

since the day i look at your eyes,
my heart start beating so fast.
i used to look at you when i'm late,
your smiles the one who makes my day complete.

my whole world is running because of you,
even though no one knows that i love you.
now the school year will end,
my feeling for you will never fade until the end..

i know my poor heart will be sad, because you will go far of my sight..
i will watch each step you take with my tears falling on the ground you left..

but my heart was so lucky of what you've made..
becuase you show to me the true world of whom God create..
but boy! ..in my heart and soul...
I'm going to miss you for all! ! ..

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2008

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