Lovely Girl

(4th of Feb 1998 / Muscat - Saltanate of Oman)

Greatest Mother


I passed the country line
I saw all the stars in the night
I spend my old days 
In the passages of horror 
Never looked back 
To the memories of sorrow 
I will look forward 
To the future 
I will keep on looking 
For the best water
I will suffer searching 
For the best honer 
I will just stand here
And wait for the greatest mother

Submitted: Monday, August 06, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 06, 2012

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