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inguruwatta pushpadewa

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the yearn of my mind


The yearn off in my mind no feel loneliness further life flowing calm
Highest truth not far away its cover by yearn but it on and off with them
Arouse feel of doctrine limit of love foot step to really way of seem
Count dawn age from scripture or fill over life delighting theme from

Walking upon road consent own eyes all though turn to finding among holly letters
Listening sweet thing what had feel thinks at early morning and night of darkness
Conversation with together friends makes one topics for build holly lives
Someone hamper began progress will offered to him forgive with kindly eyes

Mans working for protect themselves family and loving children
The truth of society them wives looking for see with yearn
Never satisfy family planning hope more and more they can't feel lonely liven
Arouse feel of scripture forgetting people they never pure hymn

Couldn't hide sole from life it's come like shadow but can't see
The fate is refuse propose idea increase warmth and dry tears upon eye
The near of day weeping with blood who wiped with yearn offered long line
All though never forgetting the name with Christ trust and grower believe

Submitted: Saturday, May 19, 2012

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