Joumana bghz

Rookie (30/10/1997 / Algeria)

The Sun Is Rising


The sun is rising
The pain has come
The tears are telling
What's in mu heart
I've always loved you
But you were never mine
You never cared but
I love you in and out of time
I shouted, i loudly screamed
To turn my night mears into dreams
The sun is rising
The pain has come
The tears are telling
What's in my heart
Once all the lights were gone
You were never there to turn them back on
I was broken, sad and tired
From all the back stabbing and the lying
You broke me even more and you made me cry
And then you left without caring, you just passed by
The sun is rising
The tears has come
The tears are telling
What's in my hear.

Submitted: Monday, September 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
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this poem is about my one sided love story, i hope you like it!

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  • Rookie Joumana Bghz (10/1/2013 7:28:00 AM)

    hello you guys, i wrote this poem, i am a yong poet, i am just 16 years old, please support me, take care of me! ! ! (Report) Reply

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