Lovely Girl

(4th of Feb 1998 / Muscat - Saltanate of Oman)

My Sadful Book


I always read a book
A book about memories
Memories which I always
Want to return it back
To my lonely, gloomy heart

Sadly, unfairly
Someone stole it
Right in front of me
In front of my naked eyes

A tear fell down
But... No one wipes it away

With it I feel apart
With out it I feel one heart

But a flame of happiness
Glowed in the lake of darkness
And it was hope

Hope, you will help me
Get through my sad life
To make it happy
To make It smile
To make it mine

With all my love I will give I to you
And I will wipe all my sad memories
And replace it with happy ones

With you
I will be born again

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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I was bored at school, the suddenly my teacher said that we have a homework we should make. And I got angry
I took out a paper and started writing what I felt
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