Treasure Island

novoti gcisakazi Calpurnia jiya

(16 April 1994 / Taleni)

The Choice


We can live together
We can sing together
We can dance together
But what i know is that we can't sacrifies together.

It's so lovely when sky is the limit
It's feels so good when we both laugh and having a good time
I know laughing with me doesn't mean you mine forever
Staying with me doesn't mean you mine forever
Holding my hand doesn't mean you can never let go
Because love is all about choices.

The choices we make doesn't mean we going to be Romeo and Juliet
The word love nowadays has lost it's meaning
How can you hurt me
How can you make me cry, and
How could you beat me up, and
Tell me you love me at the end of the day.

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
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