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inguruwatta pushpadewa

Rookie - 0 Points (12/13/1975)

kindly god and reality

2012-04-10 2: 24 PM

Every deep color turn to pale color without seen luster eye
The inspiration of heart mix and blow through every where
Cannot feel toughing along all though be watching till see see
Whenever no forget the tail of sole with alive

Loving breeze go and ask for every one and telling
Heavy beam do watch where sitting on with smiling or crying
Flew birds everywhere for finding been on crying or singing
The world of creative and everything goanna be for your heart for loving

Oh believe we can't make love without fell of bid noble god
Cannot see yourself from mirror only can see from your friend
Who will be given to everything for you who are strange creative of god?
Looking for truth the lord prove him power never demolish believed

Can not follow up for desire the time eat my mind and every thing
Without clear the maker of ambition it's tell to him with praying
Every pleasure and prosperity comes true and salivate every thing
Listen well burn heart cool from voice of loving hearing

Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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  • Freshman - 1,399 Points Dave Walker (4/10/2012 5:28:00 AM)

    A really great poem, like it, a great write.
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