Your Pusha


Today Is The Last Day


Today I tell myself this
Today is the last day I will cry for you
Today is the last day I will admit I love you
Today is the last day I will admit I miss you
Today is the last day I am not okay
Today is the last day I am weak and I give into you
Today is the last day I am broken on the floor
Today is the last day I will read the book of our love
Today is the last day I will listen to our songs
Today is the last day I will think of you my Love
Today is the last day because you are gone
Today is the last day because my love is futile
Today is the last day because like this I can't go on
Today is the last day and tomorrow I hope to be brand new
Today is the last day and tomorrow I hope to convince my heart
Today is the last day and tomorrow I hope to be free

Submitted: Saturday, June 29, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 29, 2013

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  • Rookie - 168 Points Siyabonga A Nxumalo (6/29/2013 12:49:00 AM)

    Just forgive and forget, things happen for a reason and they teach us to be brave and strong. You can't change the past but for can make your future what you want it to be.
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