Monday, May 12, 2008

One Litre Of Tears

This is one of my favourite song. It's japanese but this is the translation. It's a theme song for a story titled One Litre Of Tears. The story is about Aya Ikeuchi who found out by herself that she had an incurable disease named Spinocerebellar Degeneration at the age of 15. I've already posted it at myspace before. But decide to post it here too. Enjoy.

On the other shore of sadness,
it is said that there is a smile.
Finally we arrived.
But what are we waiting for?
The purpose is not to run away.
It's to chase after dreams.
We should have gone out to travel,
on that summer day so long ago.
Even tomorrow, if you see it.
Though there isn't a sigh either.
Like a ship going against the current flow.
Right now, go forward, move ahead.
The place that's shrowed in pain,
Is where happiness waits,
They say.
I am still searching.
It's like an out of season sunflower.
If you clench you fits too tight,
An wait for the morning light,
Your nails become red without blood,
And shining tears begin to flow.
Even if you are left in solitude,
With only the moonlight to depend on,
Fly always using featherless wings,
And keep moving foward.
Even if it cuts through the rain and clouds.
The wet roads shine.
Only the dark will teach,
A stronger and stronger light.
Be strong, go forward, move ahead.

1 comment:

Aisyah Pahmi said...

hyeeeeeeeeeeeeee kak farahhhhhhhhhh :D