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nijhako dibo


Moving On


i won't deny the obvious that you're always in my mind
if in case you didn't notice, then you're definitely blind.
my everything-actions and words are very well-defined
all's nothing to you, so the past and my love, i will bind.

there's nothing left for us to do, when all is said and done
nowhere we can go back to, when the feeling's really gone
I gave you all my love, with all my heart, until there was none
Pain changes people- i guess that is known by everyone

The pain is too much; you left me with no other choice
Though I tried so hard to reach out, you never heard my voice
I was shouting, screaming, and crying, you ignored the noise
I thought you're different, then, you're just like the other boys

How I envy you, living life like you're never alone
You smile and laugh, like you never needed to atone
But then, you're missing out, you are running as you move on
I want to stop you, but it's you, there's nothing to beckon

When you love someone, you'll never learn to fall out of love
You'll never get tired of it, just like our God up above
It feels so great, as if you are flying free like a dove
Yes, that's how it really feels… that little thing we call LOVE.

I feel blessed to have fallen in love with a guy like you
I didn't just fall, I also grow, that, I really do..
my love for you remains, but hope? i am letting it go,
You'll always be in my heart, ‘til the day I say "I do"

Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2012
Edited: Saturday, February 23, 2013
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