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maria sudibyo

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Song of the Sky


I can’t forget
That I’ve always wished for the morning sky
That I wanted the star of the night sky
That the sun came and shed light on me
That the rain came and washed away my sadness
In the beginning
As well as the end
The blue sky like you
Keeps tears of both happiness and sorrow
I honestly
Can’t express this feeling in words
Someday
my heart is connected to you
Through vision through dream
The little sun that live in me
Will someday be born
Into the wide sky!

sorayume no uta

Submitted: Monday, February 05, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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