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Lado Batiashvili


Inspirer


Pursuing your orders,
Saving another's soul,
Fighting for blind borders,
Losing all my goals!

Oh! My heart heavy and
Who is the responsible for? !
Everything what you gave me-
was a chaotic world!

What's happening here is
One melancholic harm!
My accompanying fear is
stopping over the heart!

I wish someone would tell me:
'Hey, don't lose your trust! '
My heart is heavy and now...
It's time to stop trying so hard!

Faith for nothing! You know,
How difficult it is!
With all strength I'm trying
to make heavenly visit!

Submitted: Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 03, 2014

Topic(s): alone


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