Sara Tehrani

(1987)

Chocolate and Wine


The arch of greed

Casts a shadow over my gentle mind

That transpires my drift full need

Into an uncontrollable find


The persuasion of the heretic

Shapes your decisive pleasure

That product, that thing you will find

You will happily find in your leisure


But the arch of greed

Casts a shadow over my indecisive mind

That transpires my begging need

Into an indescribable find


This is my cherished addiction of chocolate and wine...

From this I never wish to decline!



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Submitted: Thursday, February 09, 2012

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