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Marites C. Cayetano

(Philippines)

Kahit Na -w/english- ‘Even Though‘


Buhay ko
binigyan mo ng kulay
kahit na
malayo ka sa akin
kahit na
malamig ka sa akin.

Buhay ko
pangako tanging iyo
kahit na
sa pangarap lang kita makakasama
kahit na
ako lang ang umiibig.

Buhay ko
patuloy na iikot
kahit na
di mo man ito pansin
kahit na
puso ko‘y nag-iisa.


-english- ‘Even Though‘

My life
you painted it with colors
even though
you‘re far away
even though
you‘re cold to me.

My life
promise, only yours
even though
only in dreams you can be mine
even though
only me that loves.

My life
will continue to go round
even though
it doesn‘t matter to you
even though
my heart is lonely.

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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