Treasure Island

mohammad ahmadizadeh


Cypress


Grow cypress grow
Until you see the most distant views
Until you see the sunny forests
Until your nice story bring us happiness
Grow cypress grow
Until growing up your little birdie in your nests
Until they grow up and fly
Until anybody catch them

Grow cypress grow
Until you show us to the sun
Until you tell it about us
Until shedding a little light into the darkness

Grow cypress grow
Until hearing footsteps
Until we stay under feet
And until you will be cut
Grow cypress grow
Beacuse you are cypress tree
You must grow
Grow!

Submitted: Sunday, December 22, 2013
Edited: Sunday, December 22, 2013

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