Treasure Island

Putri Misnia Shary Bahri (Shania)

The Girl He Use To Love

The girl he use to love
She use to smile as bright as the moon
Like the stars in the night light
like the day shine as the bright sunny day
light up the day like a sun flowers blossom
through her silent smile
She use to laugh, laughter through excitement
That all reflect from her heart
with a smile and laughter mix all together
Which turn to beauty of her soul heart connection

One sliding tears bury pain, hurts with sore
hinder away from him loving him just the same
way somehow wound never exist
In the comfort of his arm with secure
She seek fear free her soul of her heart
Loving him pure from her bottom heart
Undying loved which seek the beauty
That mark in the heart

Someone always in the way
Apart us from falling in and out of love
But the true no one can ever break
our pure love from the heart
Never say never you might lost the one
you need the most, Sometime you realizing
in first place sometime you realizing late
Never to blind to close the eye of the heart
Always best to let love in and learn the beauty
Only two heartbeats can understand the meaning

Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013

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The real beauty from the soul which capture the in-depth of a person who love each other in the same way.

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