Alefiya Ismail


Still In My Heart.


I don't know how to forget,
'cause your dreams I still get.
I don't know how to forget,
The day when I saw your body wet.

I remember when you huged me so tight
The kiss of that valentine night
And our small crazy fight
As you lit me up with your beautiful light.

You always loved me so much
And always gave me a rose bunch
And took me to a romantic lunch
But I never loved you so much.
You were so serious about this relationship
But I took it as a love friendship.

I wasn't clever,
when I said, i loved you never
And our relationship got over
But I loved you for ever.

But now...
I can only do is regret
For the pain that I gave you, my sweet heart
But I never meant to break your heart
No one can play your part
As you are still in my heart! !

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013
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