juahta sitepu

Rookie (december 12,1978 / bandar sakti north sumatra)

I, Me and You


I, Me and You

when I was a child
I had no body but Me
every time I was lonely
I always played with Me
I was happy and
it was all because of Me

I danced with Me among the beautiful flowers
I sang a nice song just for Me and
I made a big laughter as well as Me

but when I grew older, at the moment
I was strolling with Me about the town
and then
I met You

I found You more interesting than Me and then
I just didn't understand why
I always remembered You after that
I knew I made Me sad because I met You

from then on
I began to forget Me and
I saw Me disappointed but
what could I do?
I was more interested in You than Me
indeed

then I grew up enough
I sent You a letter to show how
I felt about You and again
I found Me disliked that but
I didn't care of Me
I liked You, I needed You even
I had let Me down but
swear God!
I just couldn't leave You

ages to go
now I have You in the heart and life
in the breath and soul
I realize that I have lost Me for You but
not much I can do about
You! I love You even though
I have sacrificed Me just to have you

Submitted: Thursday, April 23, 2009
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