inguruwatta pushpadewa

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love


Starry with dark night all over world slumber till sun dawn
The moon covers by black clouds and blamed for sparkle star s seen
Misty with wind blew between mountains whispering some thing
Listen whence begging the song of like mourn by heart of along

Hating to sun and moon loving with dark clouds and darkness
Weeping till redness of eyes oh no find feel of pouring tears
Where can foot step of blindness all world every roads close
When will return pray for from sparkle stars with eyes of Innocence

No one seen or knowing where he stays with sorrow
No one feel with together equally but the he never tell any fellow
Starry sky seem to like river of every day flowing
The earth and sky to be with him together for thinking

No yearn to see blooming blossom without own eyes
But the never be goanna change we have no powers
No feel of breeze the heart will be go on where could find now
No exchange of thought will raised same to follow


Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012

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