Parwin Jadan

Rookie (2,11 sunday,1990 / happy pampero)

on the Blue Hills


On the blue hills

Sipping hot cup of mint
The suns traveling kissing my pale face
All the aches oh my heart traveled away
And storm lights away
Oh wind breezy wind
How mild how kind you are
Why, are you sad, huh?
Well, even moon fogs covers her soul
Even clouds become heavy
The moment, they cry
Reveal peace on the wet ground
This is nature, feel what you feel
Rainbow appears at the true passions
This me clear like the vapor's moon

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009

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