Velediction(Dedicated to my Red Lady)
Anguish not in eyes, but in heart;
Anguish of being departing.
Oh! This moment brings hurt,
In heart and it's slowly growing
Oh! On this forbidding dawn
Tears flooded the heart, not the eye.
Mind recalls passed renown
Oh! Thou art root of it.
Hard to say good bye
But, here comes valediction
Oh! Where will the roots scatter,
Ad where will the brances.
Conceal me, in thy heart, thought
And if moment brings us together
Smile like moon of full-moon night
And let it not be faded
But let it shine so bright.
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