inguruwatta pushpadewa

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Creative Wonderful Flowers Ornamental Birds Poem by inguruwatta pushpadewa


Knowing our heart failure like my really friend
Loosing memory will return my world
Never didn't met like that heart of god
Every men's were offered themselves belonged

Creative wonderful flowers and ornamental birds
Introducing how men's suffered without knowing of truth of Jesus
Be my only loving heart come and embrace my thoughts
Couldn't equal without ignore of minds

Birds could fly and make nest upon trees
Flowers' having noble duty in lying upon all of alters
Before die my best why create this heritages
Means too die with pain never hurt to scriptures

Construction many church like heaven at palace
Free from tie thoughts making lecture future
Further will cover by eye from path of hell like
Oh my wealth is burn to offered to candle

Submitted: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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