Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

The Days of Thunder


We are not fighting for yesterday
We are not depending on tomorrow
What we are thinking right now
What we are gonna do right now
It doesn't matter who should first begin
It doesn't matter who will be the last stand
We are not going to regret yesterday
We will keep our hope for tomorrow
What we are dreaming right now
What we are aiming right now
The days will come on and on
The life will keep pushing us to the front
You can forget yesterday
You can deny tomorrow
What do you trust right now?
What do you want to protect right now?
That will keep your heart's beating
That will fill your breath's struggling

Submitted: Saturday, February 15, 2014

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