Mark Anthony Mendoza

Rookie (01/23/79 / Pasay City)

Monthsary


I couldnt keep my face not to smile this day
As I wake up, the sun's so bright shinning into my window
Too many things to do, for this day is so special
Wondering what magic would happen this day

I want it to keep it simple yet very special
A day we both won't forget and will cherish
Something romantic and something so sweet
Because this is our first monthsary my sweet

I couldn't hide how much love I have for you
Every kiss I have with you feels like first
No denying my love for you is overflowing
And I hope this day would be mean so much to you.

Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2005

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