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The Consequence of Loving You

The Consequence of Loving You
By AnnaDiomela on 08/02/2013
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The Consequence of Loving You

As I gaze at the stars above
I can see the face of the man I love
But with a sudden blink of my eyes
The face of the man disappeared in surprise

Yesterday when I slept, I dreamed of this man
When I woke up this man is already gone
Its too late Im afraid
To give me his love as he have said
Because he has no feelings for me
So I just set him free

I know he have made me a fool
He just used me as his tool
In his sweet words I believed
Tricking me was his plan to succeed
And in this pain I will not be relieved
I cried him a river
But still he is so clever
For he had hurt me not just once but forever
Im still hoping that soon well be together

I tried to be strong but I am weak
His mercy is what I seek
In my heart he made a leak

That man is no other than you
The man who promised me to do everything
But end up with nothing
The man who had wasted my love
You just dont know
Im the best you can have

To be with you again is just an illusion
A product of my confusion
For facing the hardest situation
That I am just on of your options

I guess this is one of the greatest challenges
I have to go through
A consequence of loving you

? By AnnaDiomela On 8/2/2013 10:27:29 PM
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