Anna Cellmer

Rookie (06-04-1974 / Olsztyn, Poland)

Just don't say that I don't love you enough


Just don't say that I don't love you enough


Just don't say that it's only you whose love is real


You don't even know how every touch


Comes deeply here to me


How this create every my move, every day


If I'm not good enough so ok go away


And never comeback again


You dont understand or it's not for you


This world i'm living for


It's not for you this heart


It's not for you


This light and smile


If it's giving you not this what you want


Be free to go or be free to love


Just don't say I don't love you enough


I'm as I'm


If you dont see beauty if you don't accept


Simply go away

Submitted: Saturday, July 05, 2008

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