Immortality Comes By Works - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
—What are you thinking?
—Distances between two hands how many.
—How much distance between day and night?
—Same distance between you and me.
—Have I not touched your heart?
—Yes, as the storm causes destroy the sun family.
—Are you not happy?
—If distributing beam sun becomes happy then I am happy
—What is your hardship?
—Sky cannot hold on the cloud this is my hardship.
—Ocean can hold on unfathomable water on his heart this is my cheerfulness.
—What do you want?
—I want identity of sprit.
—What is your desire?
—Immortality is my desire.
—How immortality comes?
—Immortality comes by works.
—Set an example?
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