Dwi utami

Rookie - 3 Points (11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

The one God Poem by Dwi utami


God more than anything else that I'must tellable about you?
You don't have one about ugly.
You are the owner a greenish of nature.
You are the owner a grandeur of the earthly life.
You are the owner a broad daylight the moon shine and sun.
The day and dark to be in your hand,
Sadness and happines to be on you.
Sent one of your angels.
To watch me deep to cross a life.
To embrance me deep in the all reason my life.
Some angel that never to owns a sin.
Angel with inmost soul a nable.
With shiny eyes.
White skin like a silk, long hair like a sea admirable.
Lips full of gantle, and the sweet word's
God of god..you are really my ideal.
Please listen to me in every I'haven't prayer.
Embrance me always deep on calmed
To arange me your heaven.
Wipe my tears in every I'haven't cry
To laugh with me in this moment I'haven't happines
Sent me a little love in every I'haven't open my eyes in the morning day.
God of god you are my ideal.

Submitted: Monday, July 12, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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