maria sudibyo

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Regret always comes too late


O, regret
Always comes to late
Always catches in your weakest state
But you know not to let it reign
In your heart

Love that you desperately want
Now you let it escape from your hand
Love you crave to warm the cold night
It starts frozen, it left to die

O, regret
Always sneaks and stays
Darkening cloud in your twisted fate
But you learn not let it show
In your face

Love that you waste only for fun
Begin to ask more than your soul
Love that you strongly avoid
Now it grows, and makes you afraid

O, regret
Always breaks you bad
You feel not worth to be saved
But you hold not to let it leak
In your eyes

Love that you thought to be right
Now it attacks you with hate
Love that walks in fragile faith
Once it cracks, it won’t come back

O, regret
Always hard to breath
No one else deserved to be blamed
But you just slowly making a hole
In your self

Submitted: Sunday, January 02, 2011

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