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inguruwatta pushpadewa

Rookie - 0 Points (12/13/1975)

the cruel man and doctrine

The heart get rid of concern desire thought for see real doctrine
Listen for pure voice begin from far away unknown place
Some one foot step to till find out who pray for people
They became fortunes via all of world living pure heart with people

The birds are flew across celestial river wild beast were ran among wild forest
Bloomed blossoms waving via coming through air singing hymen beat
The sun disk spreading rays every color smile flower all of them with alert
The hide mean in environment create by him which of much great

The cruel mans grab of desire vanish truth at wonderful world
Blind memory with couldn't see truth of saying or righting word
They back again to hell oh never them see real mean and heart of god
All though never differences by him whenever salivate might be able believed

All though the kindly eye aim to them salivate for suffered people
Will give power for listen pure voice who never feels pain by given ignorant people
Everyone together will make suitable world for coming back with peace
His true love never delet from every people heart who will rescue from every suffered possible

The loving dream of loving word will be come true by might of noble one
Keep with faith fire candle front of altars who is watching every time
The plead listen whispering many of thing mix with blowing wind coming over there
All thing persuade who is able to open prosperity all of suffering people

Submitted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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