Who You Could Be?

Poem By Gil Gregorio

I just want to live and see you smile
I just couldn't let the dark falls;
And now I'm coming home like sunlight,
living like a wind in your heart grows.
I want to live and see the stars shine
I just couldn't let them go on crying,
And now I'm filling up the bridges
to let the wind feel your heart throbs.
Sometimes, it troubles me
they cry out in the dark;
But making things right,
that's all I can be part
Tell me, who you could be?
I want to live and see the sun shines,
I just wouldn't let the stars fall;
And now I'm searhing out the pages,
to let the wind read your heart calls.

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