Not A Dream Choice


Something Beautiful... Poem by Not A Dream Choice


Beauty, have you lost yourself again
In the freezing mud
Can’t you remember anymore
That goodbye is not a farewell for me

Sunshine shines through war and peace
Through tears and a bloody breeze
Don’t expect I coming home this time
Good night everything will be fine

Beauty were is the love in the world
Can’t you remember were you should be
From the bottom to the top
Goodbye plains without spring

Sun shines through war and peace
Through tears and a bloody breeze
Don’t expect I coming home this time
Good night everything will be fine

See you in real this it’s just not me
It’s like to see a town without its name
Without the dirt, without the poisonous cloud over me

Beauty makes grace of painful things
Beauty makes a smile on a barbed face
Beauty destroy the ugly things
Beauty, beauty, beauty were are you now
Beauty, beauty, beauty were are you now
Beauty, beauty, beauty….

Submitted: Friday, May 29, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, July 21, 2009

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