Sunil Algama Algama


My Destiny


My Destiny
How can I look after the daughter with ill mentality
How can I bear this burden she gives every moment
Oh! lonely man, what a sin have I done in the past
Oh! lonely man, be patience to suffer 'till death

She is my eldest daughter born without a Thyroid Gland
She was my gift which I asked from God
Oh! lonely man, what a sin have I done in the past
Oh! lonely man, be patience to suffer 'till death

What is her future even she weeps thinking of it
What is my future which I never thought to weep
Oh! lonely man, what a sin have I done in the past
Oh! lonely man, be patience to suffer 'till death

At the age of forty-four my wife left for heaven
At the age of fifty my hopes left forever
Oh! lonely man, what a sin have I done in the past
Oh! lonely man, be patience to suffer 'till death

Written by Sunil Algama(2010)

Submitted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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