I Should Allow - Poem by Liza Sud
What else to you I should allow,
that as a flower you remained alive?
I like dear God will hide in the shadows,
do not hesitate to indulge,
Percieve yourself and the world,
inside sleeping and wandering outside,
And because there is a life,
let it be good for you also.
Well, do I need something?
Maybe only one small part,
If you just simply were somewhere
and remained open flower.
I'll pamper you to self-knowledge,
and the side of the storm will pass,
Where other people get knowledge, -
in you will blossom as love.
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