Ynno Idanan


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Sleepless, in the middle of the night.
With nothing else, but you in my mind.
As I watch the moon and stars shine bright.
Still it's you that I wish I could find.

For your smile is brighter than any star.
Your laughter, more calming than the breeze.
Yet, alike, you're still so very far,
Leaving more, than just my heart's unease.

As my body's left in a stand-still.
I was rendered helpless, and speechless.
I tried to make sense of what I feel.
While my heart pounds, completely restless.

As my mind draws a complete blank,
And I just couldn't think anymore.
Just as my throat dried, and my voice sank.
Still it's you that I'd wish to see once more.

Before I shut my eyes to the dark,
Before I lose my mind and wander.
Allow me to see once more that spark.
For I cannot hold on much longer.

I'm trying my best to stay awake.
But I guess it's best to get a clue
I already know that I'm too late,
Still, I want to say that I...

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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