inguruwatta pushpadewa

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petal of rose


The believe of truth make heaven remove from suffered pain every time
Could get meaning reading more stories about reality it will be prove
Ask from blooming blossoms and open sun beam it will be offered sufficient theme
Once upon time with starting excavated really basic had read from with story in doctrine

The truth soft like petal of the rose when blow mild heavy wind missing it from flower
Not any body restricted for feel fragrance spreading although bees are it s owner
The world commence war cruel protect against declared reality wind murmur
World every loving people were cried for defeat real truth face wealth kingdom owner

People became group pray for every planet every dark evening and morning
When will come to somebody behalf doing him selves' responsibilities without loosing
If not all people with weapon fighting like blind people the time will coming
Every seas will turn to red color air will toxic wise man lying never changing

When will seen strange and wonderful world for offered by ancestors
Will be going away heaven soul will dropping tears without knowing any places
Although the people yearn never loosing them selves heart and memories
The kindly god though never equally for earth he will hospitalization for every bodies

Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2012
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