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I will leave you,


I will leave you,
I will leave you,
No I think love is deeper than the reptiles that we advance to,
I think that Oceanic movement,
All the movement of man,

I think that we came from the Waters,
Embracing the Kingdom on earth with no felonies,
Mohammed was so great a teacher,
With his beauty of regime,
I don't think I will leave you,
Since the world thought of crime's,
You thought of love and no more felonies,
Only freedom and justice for Humanity,
How blessed is the son that sit's on the Throne?
Only those that do good to their own souls,
With a pure understanding from prayers,
Hard work from inert,
And making all justice prevail on Earthly Dwelling.

Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008

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