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nader baheri


و روزی خواهم آمد


روزی خواهم آمد
و جهانی نو خواهم ساخت
خاطره ای خواهم آفرید
فکرها را تازه خواهم کرد
چشمها را بینا
گوشها را شنوا
دستها ، سازنده
چشمها را پاک
و خدا را نشان خواهم داد

حس را خواهم آفرید
باران را فرو خواهم فرستاد
تا زمین را تازه کند
قلبها را تر
و عشقها را پاک کند
آن زمان خدا را نشان خواهم داد

و روزی خواهم آمد
ترا خواهم برد به آسمان آبی
جائیکه دلها پاک است
نه جنگ ، نه بغض و نه کینه
دلها به هم نزدیک
لحظه هایمان سپری خواهد شد
با نزدیکی دلهایمان به هم
زن ، مرد ، سیاه و سفید
همه با هم
انسان
و در آن روز خدا چه نزدیک به ماست
و روزی خواهم آمد

Submitted: Monday, June 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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  • Bri Edwards (7/24/2013 10:46:00 PM)

    gee! i tried to read this and failed miserably. could it be because i only read english, and little bits of spanish and many less than a little bit of french (like french words that are used sometimes by english-speakers) ?
    actually, some english writers may have trouble deciphering some of my english handwriting! thanks for sharing. i liked the english title.....? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (Report) Reply

  • Unwritten Soul (6/10/2013 11:54:00 AM)

    Persian words can dance any moves, though i am not understand it..still i great to preserve here and for whom can understand..._Soul (Report) Reply

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