Will you miss me? Poem by Oussama samouna
will you miss me when I'm gone?
or you will keep living your life
just like nothing had ever happened
Why can't i see today you'll feel in tomorrow?
Will you miss me?
Or will you be happy
or will i be just a bad memory of the past,
A game that couldn't played any longer,
Or will you remember the joy in the soul?
I'm sure i wanna miss you, Angel! ! !
In this life and all the others that will come
I'm sure i can't hide my feelings for you
even though it hurts like anything else
Who cares? ? !
please show me what you feel about me
Do it before i disappear in your life
I'm almost gone now,
Now, I'm gone forever
And then your night see what i felt
But then it will be too late
Since i won't be there anymore
In my dreams you were mine
But in real life you were my dream
You were the dream of my life
but that wasn't really true
It showed up to be something else,
You were just like the other girls
You were considered a freak,
But this didn't matter to me,
I still love you.
It was so strange that i couldn't forget you
Perhaps i should try again, but it won't work again.
Cause i've tried so many times
But it will never work,
I can't forget you at all.
Now i'm dead and gone
So, will you miss me? !
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