New Moon - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
New moon has rises in far distance sky
The wing of butterfly has become colorful
As flowers said smiling, today is spring
As Cypress tree becomes alive by air flow
Like that, the time-the light and the way become alive
What shall I offer to welcome you?
From sun rise to sun set
Way of sleepless sailor.
I know love is immortal
Sacrifices earn fullness, so I offered heart.
You will come, heart will know heart
As knows the mirror,
New moon has rises far distance sky.
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