Treasure Island

Dwi utami

(11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

! ! ! ! LOVE US TOO FAR! ! ! !


He never left me in each one of his dreams*
He never forgot to mention my name in each word in his prayer*
He sent greetings longed for him through the foliage dance*

He smiled to me beyond each flowers sheath*
He gave his love breath through each air bellows*
He dropped his tears through the long road the rain*

Love us too far*

Could not felt.
Could not touched.
Only could hope.

Could we kill the long distance around us?
Come he through my dreams gave few touch of the love*
Get up I'from the dream with the tears*

Love us too far.

My sweetheart you saw the dove flew on sky through his wings I'carved your name and all of my yearning*

Love us too far.
Hope was still being waiting*

Submitted: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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