Dwi utami

Rookie - 3 Points (11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

! ! ! ! MY DEAR! ! ! !


The love flowers began to be sprouting in my life.
I'wanted you to be able to feel the happiness in my heart.
I'wanted to embrace you were hug was full of hope.

The moon embraced tight your shadow in night darkness.
You slept in warm his rays embrace.
The coldness of the night embraced tight your body in yearning much in.

Oh my dear.

Blood loved me flow through a contents of your heart.
Your yearning was the wound in my heart.
Our heart lived on the love and tears.

Oh my dear.

The stupid distance surrounded our feeling.
How will i'touch you?
The area ocean was sharp around our love.

I'has stretch the hands to gain you but my love did not have the power.
The sun like explained hot him on the distance of the love around us.

Oh my dear.
Yearned for you were the heart wound was very painful.
When you began to yearn for me and i'began my yearning before you.
Only time that will answer on our yearning.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010

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