Christian Jude Iankefvozuqx Tan Limpangog

(October 20,1983 / Cebu Philippines)

The love you can’t have..


© Christian Jude Iankefvozuqx Tan Limpangog

So long you’ve been alone
Never been so in love deeply
So afraid to fall apart and cry
Even to feel dangers caress
Curious as an innocent bud
Till such time comes you finally love

A love that is real unto you
So brand new to feel inside
Emotions are strong to hold you down
Even a day you won’t last without him by your side
But the truth is he is just your friend
He is in loved with somebody else

The love you can’t have lasts the longest
Feels the strongest weapon you ever had
So powerful to move and change things around
Very incomparable than what’s the usual scene
Oh so dramatic, so ambitious but broken
The love you can’t have really hurts the most here on earth…

Submitted: Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, December 31, 2008

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