Abdul Wahab


Never Feed Your Body With The Dead Soul


If dreams break even in a dream
Yet you get hurt in your heart
The body is lying like a log
The soul is dead in frosty fog

So dare to dream in a dream
As the soul searches life
The life searches dream
The dream is the cream of life.
let the dream to break down never
Rather get it move like a super car
Stretch it like a synthetic rubber
Make sure that the soul is never dead
And the body is never dead soul fed.

Submitted: Sunday, March 04, 2012
Edited: Saturday, March 17, 2012

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