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Oussama samouna

Rookie (09/09/1991 / Algeria)

...Missing you


We were so close
as close as could be
You were my faith in life
My reason to believe

Believe in happiness
the happiness you brought me each day
But, now is lost
All the words that i didn't say it yet

Say that you were my eyes
You were my heart
You were my soul
You were my life
You were everything i have in my life

my life is nothing with you here by
my side, taking back all we lost,
sharing what we had the best
and letting what is dust.
but this will never happen,
so, what do I have to do now?


Now, I am looking for happiness again
A happiness of peace again
I miss being happy

I miss you so much, Angel! ! !


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Submitted: Monday, April 06, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, June 02, 2010
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