Heidee Villanueva Manago

Rookie (Oct.6,1979 / Olongapo City, Philippines)

Destiny


The night was calm, but my mind was busy
Thinking of you, the only way I can do
Remembering the past, the times we've been through
Happy moments we've shared, memories I'd treasured too
Wishing at least sometimes, you have thought of me
The lessons we've learned, the laughs and the cries
The crazy things we did, we're partners we believe
But things may change, the way destiny was made
We can control our life, but our fate will not
We can choose right, or wanted to be forever wrong
But when destiny decide, we'll then understand,
Not meant to be will never be 'Be'

Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 18, 2013
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