Mustafa Marconi

(23 Nov.,1961 / New York, New York)

Heavy Conversations


Heavy conversation
You’ve shared with me
Gives me inspiration
Deep inside my soul
I see the skies above you
Filled with rain
And every time I see your face Within my mind
I say this prayer for you

Heavy conversation
I’ve search to find
I’ve dream about this lovely melody
Deep inside My mind
And with every inspiration
And every dream
We’ll scale the highest mountain
We’ll reach the highest peaks

This heavy conversation
This simple melody
Gives me inspiration
Of love and unity

Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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