Polo

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jgn lupa.. sy juga punya perasaan... no matter how bz u are.. as long as u juz accept my calling for a few minutes or juz reply my text for 1 or 2 msg.. it's enough 4 me. i juz find u n really need to talk with u coz i really miss u..
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(Kalau awak sayangkan saya, napa awak slalu x hiraukan saya) pelik kan.. susah sgt ke nk jwb soklan sy elok2? perlu ke marah2? sy tny je kan.. napa awk mcm tu? sy terasa ati tau.. sy pun ada prasaan jugak. mcm mana kalau sy buat mcm tu kat awk? mesti awk akhirnya paham pe sy rasa.. tp sy xnk wat.. sbb sy xsnggup nk lukakan ati awk ngan kata2 sy.. bg sy.. suma tu boley dikawal.. if u truly love me.. i hope 1 day u will control ur tamper n try to be patient with me.. coz sy la org yg awk akan abiskan ms bersama lepas ni... xkan hari2 awk nk marah2 je sy kan??
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(Kalau awak sayangkan saya, napa awak slalu x hiraukan saya) awk.. pelik la sy.. napa ea awk xsuka tunjuk sy kat org lain? xsuka bgtau org lain yg sy ni gf awk? awk segan n malu sbb ada sy ke??. nmpk sgt awk mmg xnk org tahu pasal kite 2.. xpe.. sy tahu xpenting suma tu bg awk as long sy masih miliki awk.. tp tindakkan awk buatkan sy x yakin siapa sy dlm idup awk??? sbb sy manusia biasa yg punya hati n perasaan.. ..... tp pape pun sy nk awk tahu. sy xpenah malu ada awk dlm idup sy....
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(Kalau awak sayangkan saya, napa awak slalu x hiraukan saya) awk.. kenapa awk susah sgt nk paham hati saya? sy terluka dgn sikap awk.. bila sy luahkan rasa x puas hati sy..sy tahu, yg awk tahu sy sedang besedey.. sy sedang marah.. sy menangis.. tp.. tp napa awk xpenah cuba tenangkan sy? napa awk x mampu sejukkan hati sy? sy x minta lebih.. cukup awk ada dgn sy ms tu.. dan senyum.. sy mampu senyum blk tau awk.. tp awk.. cket pun awk x nk pduli…...

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