Isaac Maliya

(4th December / The People's Country! Where People Laugh From Their Hearts!)

Alocin, I Am Prohibited

Alocin, I am prohibited
I can't touch the grass
Nor caress the rippen apples
But I have done it anyway

Alocin, I am prohibited
I can't walk this terrain freely
Nor suck its juicy souce
Quenching my acute thirst
But I have done it anyway

Alocin, I am prohibited
I can't enter that warm house
Nor feel the heat of its walls
But I have done it anyway

Alocin, I am prohibited
I can't share my happiness
Nor can I show-off my conquests
But I have done it anyway
Alocin, it is in my heart, locked.

Dedication: To Alocin, a great friend!

Tuesday,12th May,2009
Huyton, Liverpool, UK

Submitted: Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 13, 2009

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