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(For the lost soul at the Remedial Centre...)

I got hurt emotionally though "I can always control myself" when I feel this kind of passion for an unknown lost soul. I think life is to be lived to the fullest and not taken because of one situation or the other.
I always feel... "why haven't I come into her life when she was pregnant(not sure) or something... Why haven't I stay with her, make her cry on my shoulder, share her pain, tell her not to love me but 'breathe and continue living, love and continue loving, hoping, wishing all will be well while I stay by her side, not as a lover but a best friend, a closest confidant...'"
I wish I could, I swear, I wish I could be close to broken hearts and hurt minds, I wish I could make everyone smile, happy, feel really good. But when I don't know them, or when they don't come indirectly, how will I know them? It bothers me.

Well, to you there, don't think love, affection, care and sort is gone because you're tagged a jinx or you're trapped in sadness. Forget your sorrows though it's hard to be forgotten, live though it's hard to live. Love, though it's hard to love. Cry, though it's hard to do. Most of all, dance though it's hard to be happy, to be cheered up, to dance. I can't tell you I'll be here for you, but when you need someone, Philip Peace is for everybody, he's there(here) for you.

To the girl that died at the University of Ilorin, Remedial Centre at Fufu, Ilorin South, Ilorin. It's a shame yet she wasn't loved, I know the personnel at the clinic would have... I know it's an odd in the society, but I would have loved to be the only best friend you would have ever had. I don't know you, but I wish you lived.

I write this with so much sadness, but I hope it will help someone.
Please, don't stop living, don't stop smiling, forget your sorrows and dance without a tear. Without a sad face. Please, without sadness even if you have them inside of you.
If I could cry for you, I am truly crying now.

I love you.

I'm Akinwale Peace Akindayo
Philip Peace


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