naomi jemera


p.s I love you


I've never been brave in cupid's eye
I intend to hide this feeling
despite the pain deep within
try to live on lies and forget about the past

I'm tired of reminiscing things
I know I couldn't bring back
I fake a smile
just to show others I'm okey
I simulate a happy face
but deep inside I'm dying

I tried so many things
just to show that I've moved on
but I can never deny the truth
the person who fooled and hurt me
is still the same person
I wish to love me..

I wanna hold you close
and hug you tight
too bad, I can't
because your heart belongs to someone else

I wanna see you happy even if it's not with me
but if I have a wish to be granted
I rather pick the moment you being with you
grasp between your finger and say

'Before you go,
I just want you to know
that I love you'..

Submitted: Monday, October 12, 2009

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