Dwi utami

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

! ! ! ! OH......LOVE! ! ! !


He got the place in my heart.
He had the warmth from my embrace.
He had the long breath from my kiss.
And he always crossed all of my dreams.

He was warm like the hands of the angel.
He was dew that always was calming for the heart.
He became the aim in living anyone.
He will remain and embraced tight our heart.

His kiss became the long breath for whos that felt.
His heart ticked in my heart.
His bloods will like the river flow and stop at the rotation.
He was the love.

The picture of the happiness and the suffering.

Oh..love
there were not words that could be said to feel you.
Because actually the true love captivating.
Let felt or never felt?

Oh..love
folloWed your wish never had completely him.
Promised one million torturous yearning for the heart.

Oh..love
indeed never was finished only in an unanimous manner the love.

Submitted: Saturday, August 21, 2010
Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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