Rays of Hope and Love
I felt a little bit troubled
Yet a little bit joyous,
When a damsel walked past me
At the evening.
The sun was setting in the west,
And it was fully round and red.
She went in front of me
Walking towards the sun.
The sun was in red,
The damsel was in red too,
She was young and beautiful.
She was still walking
And the sun was still setting,
The sun was lost,
And with the sun
The damsel was lost too.
But with their lost,
They left rays of hope
and love in me.
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