Dwi utami

Rookie - 3 Points (11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

! ! ! ! I'THE LOVE FEVER! ! ! !


Oh my God i'the love fever.
The appropriate face became the ghost in my thoughts.
The shadow was full of the attraction until making my heart not stop ticking.

His eyes rays stole attention.
The soft face was as soft as the cloud brought me in the love valley.

Oh my God i'the love fever.
His face was calm like live in, in the blue lake.
When i'gaze at and he smiled.

When being touched by me the water wobbled his face moving I.

I'as seeing him danced beautifully in the lake.
Maybe i'became the fish and pursued him?

Afterwards was brought by me he danced with me on the waves of the foliage,
like butterflies and the honeybee danced and playing on the flowers.

Flew high on the cloud crossed the rainbow.

Oh my God i'the love fever.
How did i'answer my heart?
Would he knew?

Hi...the dove flew with your sweet wings and delivered to him that I'LOVE HIM.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010

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