Fatima Obaid

Rookie - 85 Points (19 Dec / Rawalpindi)

Sin


A black sin cloud stain
Showers at me like rain
That was irremovable
No detergent nothing
A thunder came like drain
This took the sin from brain
Mind is empty from stain
Now my life is a free train

Submitted: Thursday, October 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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life was full of sins. there was no hope of its removal than suddenly a thunder from God came which contain a guide line and that guide line removed the irremovable satin from life and this this prove that there still exist a white light of hope in the dark threatening clouds..........

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  • Rookie - 303 Points Poetheart Morgan (11/6/2013 12:06:00 PM)

    When you say Sin i see experience of life. You can not leave without errors it is impossible. So we are all sinners but growing with that all the time. And being better persons in life. (Report) Reply

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