Masha Marojevic

Rookie - 0 Points (08.05.1993 / Belgrade)

Come to me


When you’re close to me
You’ll feel the night
But anyway you’ll see the light
The shiniest light you’ll ever see
I’m the beginning, so come to me

All the stairs lead to me
Come, and you will be free
Afraid you must not be
Only the brave can come and see
I’m the ending, so come to me

You can stare out in to the night
You’ll never see this light
Only once you’ll see it
Your last day it will be
I’m Death, so come to me

Submitted: Sunday, May 11, 2008
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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (6/29/2009 2:08:00 AM)

    All the stairs lead to me
    Come, and you will be free
    Afraid you must not be
    Only the brave can come and see
    I’m the ending, so come to me
    a great and sweet call.. from the core of your innocent heart for the one who is supposed to touch your soul with love.. the above stanza is rich one.. again a good and a lovely poem you added.. well doen.10+++++++++++++ (Report) Reply

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