Teddy Ang

(22/9/1992)

It's Harder To Let Her Go


With her heart already by his side
It's so hard to let her know
And without risking my friendship with her
How can I let my feelings show

Coz losing her is the last thing I'd want
I know how it feels, I've lost other friends before
And it's for the fact that I was in love with them
So I don't wanna risk it anymore

Maybe I should just try to move on
But I find it impossible to forget about her
Or maybe I should just try to hold on
And keep it as a secret forever

Coz with her heart already by his side
It's so hard to let her know
But with my heart already by her side
It's so much harder to let her go

(6th August 2009) - My 52nd Poem...

Submitted: Thursday, August 06, 2009
Edited: Thursday, August 06, 2009
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