nina hanaoka

Rookie (01/27/94 / TOKYO, JAPAN)

Regretful Love


As the night slowly passed by
I waited
Knowing that i'll never see him again
I loved
I wished
and I prayed
However whatever i did i'll never see him again
Still i was honestly happy
That i was able to meet him
However i wasn't ever able to talk to him
Or smile/ laugh with him

Submitted: Friday, July 11, 2008

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  • Rookie - 213 Points Manonton Dalan (9/21/2008 12:02:00 AM)

    i could imagine
    a silhueee of a
    beautiful face
    bowing to mt fuji
    under crimson sun
    in the early morning

    i was there walk up the gotemba trail.
    spend the night somwhere sation12.
    i still have my walking stick.

    thanks kinkides.md (Report) Reply

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