“Letting go” for a happy tomorrow by Eureka C. Bianzon

Some birds are not meant to be caged for  long
They need to flap up their wings to fly
Some balloons are not meant to be tied
They need to be loosen to soar into the sky
 
Things in life are not destined to happen perfectly
People may come,people may go
But no matter how things in life made you lonely
Remember there’s always be a happy tomorrow
 
Letting go of things would make you feel happier
We must allow our hearts to heal
Letting go of the past would make you feel better
Accepting those were just lessons for somebody to hear
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