Treasure Island

Yared Negatu


My Angel


My good Lord in heavens
Sitting on your throne
Tell me how is she
How is my beloved one?
It has been years
It has been decades
But i still feel the pain
The pain when my heart aches
If you truly are merciful
Please send her back to me
I never wanted to harm her
I never asked for such anger
I know that i might kill her again
But if it might stop the pain
For even a minute
I'll take the chance
I'll hold her and kiss her
Tell her how much i've missed her
Say sorry for killing her
Then i'll kill her again.
Oh my angel my protector
Your beauty and your splendor
are not of this world but from the vastly skies
I'll write these horrible verses
Until i see your eyes.
Forever and ever.

Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2014

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