Treasure Island

Ali Sabry

(11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad / Kurdish From Kurdistan Region Of Iraq)

I Have Chosen You From Among The Beautiful


I have chosen you from among the beautiful

I paid for my life to meet you

I have chosen you for one reason only

You are the second and spiritual harmony

You are my soul twin

You are my soul breeze

My heart all of you

Drum beats of my heart & accuracy of each particular tone calls your beautiful name

O, O beautiful picturesque

I hear your voice fresh from a distance across the continents

Beautiful voice as ringing piano

I do not know where I came from my lovely princess

I lived alone and watching the walls in my house

But now I got my wish that I waited for many years

I got you honey finally

I've got a beauty attractive

I have won the grand prize

Darling I promise you at end that we will live happily forever for the duration of our lives until the day we die

God Bless You In Whole Your Life

Sincerely You're Lover Forever In Whole Your Life
The Romantic Man
Ali Sabry

Submitted: Thursday, July 12, 2012

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