Cai Wei


Rose is a bomb


People with wise always claim
Rose is a bomb
She causes things into ruin
Work and life
They fade away when she’s in bloom

When the silly tend to believe
Rose is God
Giving all when u feel lost
Sending hope when u are desperate

Oh, my rose inside…
Has been struggling for sprout
With passion, with desire
With his breath watering, his smile shining

Yet he was to be
a man with wise so someday he found
his wise and he claimed
Rose was bomb
Caused life into ruin
Work and future into ruin

Then, nothing left but cold wind
dry air, and silence dark
Then, my rose inside
Crying without sound
withering without a sign

Rose is God
Giving all when u feel lost
Sending hope when u are desperate
But, where is my rose again
Where is my rose again
Where is my silly boy

Submitted: Monday, September 11, 2006
Edited: Monday, September 06, 2010

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