Mashiur Rahman

Rookie - 31 Points (Naogaon Bangladesh)

Cinder Mind


Not feeling good to artificial
So, your leave should be live!
Will be anxious few days with the worst are
Not stay whole long.
Brick which made
By soft soil after burning.
After more and more burning,
Cinder that made by brick.
Cinder do not have some missing.

The end of artificial relationship
Will save me!
Few days will be the worst,
I will be senseless.

Do not be afraid
I don’t give you any stain.
Don't like to want forgive

None active less in this universes
Be active all by time.

How much time will I bear pain?
So, your leave should be live!
Know, will be cinder Mind for that
But I want to free from
any fascinate artificial love.
I want real love with joy and sorrow.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 07, 2014

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