Laura arwen


The paradise Poem by Laura arwen


The paradise is
the uncontaminated nature
The sex is
the free paradise
The paradise is
my world
In the paradise
there are the
angels and the
sound music
For somebody the
paradise is the
war
For me the
paradise is the
peace and the
forgiveness
Sometimes the paradise
is a deep
nightmare
Maybe the paradise
is vodka and
whiskey
The paradise is
the rock way
The paradise is
the pure craziness
of rockers
For the immortal
the paradise doesn't
exist
I'm in the
paradise's footsteps
In the paradise
the love triumphs
The paradise has
got an hazardous
and dangerous existence
The paradise is
our personal fable
The paradise is
a magic world
My secret diary
is the paradise
In the paradise
the life and
the music are
free
The paradise is
endless for who
had a faith
The paradise is
the only cure
for the big
problems
The music is
the paradise
In the paradise
I'm the only
strange angel
The paradise is
a fantastic imagine
but it isn't
credible cause is
the untruth

Submitted: Saturday, June 9, 2012
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