Menime Soul

(August 2005 - 6th September 2010 / Khonsa)

...Lonely road...


Hold my hand,
don't leave me to cry,
remembering the times,
we shared together.

In this life,
and in afterlife,
be by my side,
till the end of my time,
say you'll love me forever.

Speak to me when i'm in sorrow,
which i never show.
No matter what brings tomorrow,
don't let me go.
I need someone, just one good one,
who understands my feelings,
in this lonely road.

No one waits here,
just like the time,
people walks out the line,
but i'm still here.

Hoping the best,
at night try to rest,
is me and my shadow,
drinking poisons from black widow.

Speak to me when i'm in sorrow,
which i never show.
No matter what brings tomorrow,
don't let me go.
I need someone, just one good one,
who understands my feelings,
in this lonely road.

Submitted: Friday, October 22, 2010

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  • Dr.ram Mehta (10/22/2010 10:53:00 AM)

    Well nexpressed thoughts on love and its feelings of travelling on a lonely road, Menime (Report) Reply

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