yellowbell alamanda

Rookie (september 29 1983 / samar)

Next Dark Night

The night is silent,
I'm in the middle,
what a deafening sound
the darkness is comforting
no one see me while I'm crashing.

But I wish, I have you like my candle
so, I don't have to stumble,
If you hear me, would you come
will you stay with me through the dark.

Because the night is cooler,
closer, I can't breath.
My mind is turning, searching for you,
why are you so far
I wanna be where you are,
stay with me,
let's stay with each other
through the next dark night.

Through the next dark night
maybe I won't be afraid
to do what is right
just hold me tight
and don't let me do the fight....

I know, we can make it
no matter how high the wall
no matter how dark the night,
we could pass
we could stand tall
we don't let each other fall
even the next dark night...

Submitted: Tuesday, May 04, 2010

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