Benhardi Dicka

(18 October 1990 / Binjai)

You


Stand at balcony
Look at the sky
Count the stars that lies
In the shining sky

Wish for the shooting star
Like you fall into my arms
Though the star will gone
My love for you will never die

Star that contain our story
Star that hold our memories
Try to reach that star
How I eager to have it back?

Your light clear up my dark path
Brought me out from these misery
Guide me to the new road
Along with you together

This heart can't move on
This soul scream for your name
This eye can't stop looking at you
This nose can't forget your smell
This mind can't eliminate your presence

Submitted: Sunday, May 04, 2014

Topic(s): missing you


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