C.H. Seow

(02-04-1990 / Kuala Lumpur)

If heaven ever exists…


I used to sit by the bay
And think,
If heaven ever exists

Life’s like a box,
Filled with
Every lock, stock and barrel,
So complicated
So congesting
So fragile

A place like heaven,
Filled the void in me,
Like a child got his candy,
I used to think
If heaven ever exist…

Submitted: Saturday, November 29, 2008
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