Treasure Island

Glamorous Enigma

(13/04/1987 / Algeria)

... WiND oF CHaNGe...


Wind Of Change made me a call
To better my life, my inner, my all
To revive my Heart, my Mind, my Soul

Wind Of Change helped me to soar
To leave the cruel fields of War
To knock the Peaceful Heaven’s Door

Wind Of Change turned the last page of sadness
To begin in the Name Of GOD the well of gladness
To forget the mournful years of vanity, of darkness

Wind Of Change brought a warm breeze
To alter my cold, to put my Heart at ease
To give the Peace’s Hand a squeeze

Wind Of Change whispered softly in my ears
“Enigma, I’ll take away all your fears”
“From your cheeks I’ll wipe the trail of tears”

Wind Of Change changed my sail course
Helped my astray boat,
To navigate without Oars
To anchor it to the Right shores…


***WithAllMyRespect

*** ThanksForReading

{January 29,2010 }

Submitted: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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