mary das

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Abandon child


Child......
may speak thousands of words
interpretations may differ
at times may deceive too
thousands of mysteries hidden behind

innocent child......
glow brightness warmth without flame
sparkle excitement with flashes of light
utter thousands of words coated with love

innocent child......
gloom in the darkness cold with flame
yearn the tender feelings of affection
long for the peace, love and unity

child.....
there is still a life
there is still a hope.

Submitted: Monday, October 30, 2006
Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010
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