Parwin Jadan

(2,11 sunday,1990 / happy pampero)

Clown Plays on a watch


Clown Plays on a watch

I will make time to stop
Alter hours to please and ease
I am very strong
Make all move and rove
Seconds to jump
Minutes to love and song
Look at me!
Glare in my water eyes
I am stronger than your speed
Might make me stop?
Oh, never you haughty time
I am going to make cry and wail
Shut up!
I hate your serious sounds
If you know what I am, you will stop!
See who I Am!
Turn bad to good in glimpse
Turn tears and aches
To dances and smiles
When I go others will come
Battery runs off
But, my soul will go on
Walk with wind
To the End

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009

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  • jimmy zepp (3/21/2010 4:12:00 PM)

    Yes my dear, if only we could stop the time! ! !
    But as we all know, it keeps flowing like a river to the sea...
    With a strong will and an everlasting hope maybe we can see,
    A young man stopping the time, tell me how would it be?
    Good work... (Report) Reply

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