dechen lhamo

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Young Heart


Heart was young and pure,
Till it met with your care,
Since our conversation,
Though had a sense of conservation

Entered in my heart with kind,
Making me instantly blind,
Never with future preparation,
since I was to your observation.

The flower you brought,
Became the source of thought,
On seeing a soul you caught,
Suppose to have it fought.

Voice was soft to hear,
But hard to bear,
Though was once a dear,
Still need to make clear.

Can’t answer your question,
No damn for your position,
Just wish for a life lead,
But worried, I might be pronounced dead.

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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