Lamentation - Poem by Luca Menin
Are we so worthless to the eye of god?
Have we done so much wrong?
For deserve life (as it is) .
Promises vanishing before my eyes
Foolish snake, garden promises
Does he know? Suffer of creations?
Should I believe, should I wait, should I close my ears on the killing of a child.
While you love, someone else dies.
Death is part of a man life; suffering is part of man time.
Like a designate tale, our time end.
It is hard to understand - imperfect mans.
Our eye, our heart, our minds are blind.
You may be rewarded one day.
Love is faith.
Sad reality, who know?
Fantasy of man.
A meaning for this life, a sense.
A lamentation of a sad man, for how the world is going to end
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