Putri Misnia Shary Bahri


a real love


a real love could it be
a wedding crams as a gift
a far fiance to be one day

my father to his father & my mother to his
a talk of a wedding decision made within agreement

a charming guy with his polite his shy so do i kind less saborness then any guy
my dream guy he is his a doctor

his my dream which come true its been so long wish in a prays to god he heard me

oh god your the greatess knew all the mystic behind all this thank god lead me this far when there was no espranza
of amore /amorte


i've seen him once which sit in grandma place one afternoon when i was there
it has pass so long now
his name was jay

all ezpranza come back true love once more i prays to god once more ezpranza his dicison made with devote of his heart

love comes in silent the door of my heart re open this time is real could it be true this time

Submitted: Monday, August 23, 2010

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