Courtney Elfa Alaban

(08\27\1999 / Cebu City, Cebu)

Still Believe In Magic


I still believe in magic
But people didn't believe it anymore
They are basing in the new technologies
That the world has invented for

Before, people still believe in magic
They believe that magic is everywhere
But what happened as the years went by
Magic is gone and is hidden, but people still don't care why

I wanted people to believe in magic again
For them to use it for good intensions, not for bad
I wish they would understand why they exist and the belief of existence
Including magic which we all but never knew we had

I still believe in magic
In magic that is so true
Nothing can change my mind to believe
In the power of magic in which I knew

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 25, 2014

Topic(s): magic


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