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Luwi Habte

Rookie (19 march / Asmara)

We lost it all!


Through the stupid words comes from your heart
I lost it all, what my idea over you was

Through the pretending what you were acting
I lost my attention, what I was take caring

Through the lie you told me before
I lost what I was trusting; I lost my faith at all

Through the things you do I hate most
I hate you at all, my love is oready lost

Through the false, nestles confession
I lost all your profession what I was exaggerating

Through every thing I have been hurted, you have been hurted little, too
I lost my mind, what I was expecting to enjoy the joy with you

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, December 07, 2011
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