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Albert Arsenio Sison

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iwishicouldbeeverylittlethingyouwanted


iwishicouldbeeverylittlethingyouwanted
Septemb er 10,2009
11: 27a.m.

You’ve let me cry
Let me dropp tears on your cheeks
You’ve let me feel your warm embrace
As we spent the night watching the crying sky
you’ve let me catch my breath
let me rest from all the blood that I drained
You appeared in front of me
Inside my personal hell
As the bells signal your song
And all its sadness fills my ear
It's like a wonderful dream
Blurred by flowing tears
I know I have done you wrong
But I wanted to apologize to you
For those sad memories we’ve made
And kept on living because of that
It kept me alive, alone for so long
But I still remember when I woke up embracing you
I miss you I miss you so much I could die
When I hear the bells signal your song
i know that your sadness and mine is the same
your wish is also my wish
your dreams are also mine...
but i am yet to make your night into day...

Submitted: Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Edited: Thursday, September 10, 2009
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