hazem al jaber
A HARD sighS
oh heart, you are so hard..
pulsate in a love and pump a love,
and suddenly became a source of malice and revenge?
oh love, you are so hard..
you let us fly so high with whom we love,
and you break us and let one of our to bleed untill death without mercy.?
oh night, you are so hard..
you let a lovers meets under your sky,
and let them talks about a nicest talk in a love.
and let him saw her face in your moon and stars..
then a leaving for each others...?
oh ADMONITION, you are so hard..
you are coming from a pure heart and a clean soul..
and to obtain from a hateful heart and solid soul..?
oh leaving, you are so hard...
when we lose a dearly loved, you make up for a forgetful,
but you return back to a past, when its a meeting date,
and kill us in a waiting..?
oh sleep, you are so hard...
you let a lovers meet in fancy and became a true
and suddenly became phantom, when we open an eye,
and then separate, cause of you...
oh pen, you are so hard...
you wrote a pains as a poem,
and describe pitiful as a lines,
to let a readers become a happy..
ohh my life its so hard.
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