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prince miko villegas

Rookie (November 02,1990 / Basco, Batanes)

Will You Love Me When I'm Old?

As we go through life changes
Standards of life run to us
From childhood to adolescence
Time starts to rush

Time goes by; memories of the past leave behind
We faced trials heartaches and every time we try to hold
A simple question comes to my mind
Will you love me when I’m old?

Skin wrinkles, beauty fades
Money can be lost and also fame
We can even forget our names
But does your heart will stay the same?

Weather changes oftentimes suddenly
Winds blows down then rains heavily
Ocean tides become high then begin to low
Nothing is permanent not even the seeds being sown
Question is will you hold on to your vows?

The time has yet to come
There are many things to be done
Before the end comes like what it is told
This I swear I will love you more even we are old

Submitted: Sunday, September 18, 2011
Edited: Saturday, September 24, 2011

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