Sabina Yaqublu

Find me God

My god, when the crazy winter rains
Are pouring down
And washing the houses of this tired city
When the desperate loneliness
On the rusty gutters
Is flowing into the street, sobbing

Remember me
Remember the place you left me
And find me
Find me, my God

And be aware, be aware that
I am standing beside the window and watching
I am watching my own fate
I, who have been left bareheaded and barefoot
Out in this rain

But i, the owner of this fate
Belive, belive, belive in You
Even in this godless world

Vagif Samadoghlu (1982)

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic(s): fate

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