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Abdul Wahab


Sorrow, where are you?


If you are in reality
Come to me
I will swim along with your tide
And dissolve into your salty water
If there is no joy
Sorrow, where are you?

Come to me
If you are in reality
I will dance with your beat
And sing in your tune

If there is no joy
Sorrow, where are you?
Come to me
I will ride on your golden wings
And challenge the sun

Sorrow, where are you?
Come to me
I want to end my misery
By singing a song of you.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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