Eason zhiwu


Love for the sake of love


Isn't for the reward, I do care
Isn't for the future, I do hope
Cause I am a person
just be honest to his feelings
It's a single word that made me shocked
It's a single smile that love exists
Those people who worry too much
could never understand until they die
Love for the sake of love
Romantic can't stand arrangement
Happiness goes by fast
don't wait until hurt each other
Love for the sake of love
Feelings can't stand any squander
Nobody can give me a perfect world
I need you at once

Submitted: Saturday, October 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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There is no reason for love. One could hardly describe it. So just let the feelings guide you.

This a song translate from Chinese. I don't know if it make sense in English. There are many mistakes and the rhyme is not perfect. I lack sophisticate words to deeply describe what's inside the original poem.

Any modification is welcomed. You can send message to me or just write in the comment.

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