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Hunter Kejick

Rookie (Aug/03/90 / Sioux Lookout)

Sorry to each other


We said we were sorry to each other
But we refuse to let it go
the day that broke our hearts
Shaddered into millions of pieces

We wanted to be together but it was that day to come
We wanted to be good relationship
We wanted things to work out
But we were too far away

We cried and cried through out the day and nigth
but there was only thing that we wanted to do 'SUICIDE'
until we felt each other's heart feeling that suicide

Our hearts were hurting in pain
Our days is over like today, or tomorrow
Someday we may meet each other and be proud to who we were
We may leave someday, and say 'Sorry to each other'

Submitted: Monday, November 09, 2009
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