A Lonesome Lover - Poem by Per. Nig.
How much I should cry
How much my heart
Should host the bye
Enduring the sadness
Fighting for more or less
How can i sell my heart for free
Why should I simply die
With tearful plea
How lonesome you are in this world
Inconstant world, I don’t want anything
Where is the place of lover
Open my eyes
Show me the true love
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