I love the way you laugh.
I love the way you frown.
Right to Be Unforgettable
He’s my first love so he has the right to be unforgettable.
He asked if I miss him
He asked me if I miss him
But he doesn’t call me,
My mom says, “Then he just wants to know if you miss him, but he obviously doesn’t miss you.”
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Looking at the group photos of me and you
I am surprised that I was often seated beside you
Oh those innocent days when I was still not aware of what I felt for you
I wish I could explode,
burn down, shrivel up, turn cold.
I wish I could vanish-
dead, unnerved, vanquished.
I wish I could disappear.
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Please take me away from here.
I want to stop it all.
I welcome the dreadful fall.
Living in the cold, cold heart,
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Love wanted to be free,
so it screamed to the heart,
but the heart did not concede.
You don’t live, do you?
She asks once more,
to the cold eyes.
You don’t care, do you?
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She tries to talk,
to the inattentive listener.
(Written when I was 13 years old)
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I feel like that little grain of sand,
That looks like the other grains of sand,
That feels like the other grains of sand,
That lives like the other grains of sand,
That moves like the other grains of sand,
That sighs like the other grains of sand,
Living beside the shore, almost lifeless.