QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville


QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville Poems

1. War! War! War! 3/5/2008
2. Nature Destroys Nature 3/5/2008
3. Listen To The Exhortation Of The Dawn! By Kalidasa 5/8/2008
4. When The Dark Comes Rising... 4/24/2008
5. Do Not Fear 4/15/2008
6. Desert Spirit 3/5/2008
7. What Do You See What Do You Hear? 3/5/2008
8. Do You See What I See? 4/15/2008
9. I Am The... 4/16/2008
10. Hope Is 4/24/2008
11. On The Day Of The Dead... 4/24/2008
12. I Am Alone (Part Two) 5/19/2008
13. Faith Comes, Hope Comes, Love Comes, Sin Comes 3/5/2008
14. I Have Come… 3/5/2008
15. I Have Come From The Sea To Seek… 3/5/2008
16. To Have A Chair 3/7/2008
17. I Have Nothing… 3/19/2008
18. Lean On Jesus 4/10/2008
19. Seek Counsel 4/15/2008
20. The World Is Changing 4/16/2008
21. What Is Life Without Love? 4/16/2008
22. Those Who Love And Those Who Labor 4/16/2008
23. Do You Not See… 3/5/2008
24. To See A World 2/29/2008
25. To Thy Brook 2/29/2008
26. My Name Is Qalme-Tari 3/3/2008
27. From The Past To The Future 3/5/2008
28. The World Spins 5/15/2008
29. My Anger Controls Me 5/15/2008
30. Where There Is Sword Fighting 5/15/2008
31. I Am Alone (Part One) 5/19/2008
Best Poem of QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville

War! War! War!

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...................................Is all that people talk about.

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.................................Is all that people think about.

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...................................Is all that we hear about.

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................................Nobody cares for what it does.

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Desert Spirit

I roamed in the desert
The sand is before me
I continue on my path,
Then a castle rises in front of me.

I see a prince in the garden
His hair is gold like the sun
His eyes the color of the sky
His cloak the color of midnight

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