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MATOME ABEL RAMPEDI


I Will Never Forget You


Sometimes, we are troubled by the problems of this world
so for a moment or a day, i might not think about you
because of all the pains and sorrows i am going through
sometimes brought by memories that haunts me
But i will never forget you
Even when my life is ruled by happiness and joy
gazing at the sun rises smilling back at me
during those moments i might forget your name
but every tear i shed when the sun sets so sad
it is when you come around and pass through my mind,
when trees prepare to sleep, stars waking up during all night
and the moon watching over the earth it is because
I will never forget you
Just think of people who once cared about you
count all good and bad things they ever did for you

Visit your immagination and see if you can find me there
because it was set to be my final destination and that is
the only reason or purpose why i say to you
I will never forget you

Submitted: Monday, May 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013
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