Golden Retriever


On A Man's Death Day - Poem by Golden Retriever

This savage man without fears ever
He forgot he's role of foreigner
Once under the moonlight
All will repay to him
His claws are sharp
His ropes are long
But let it stop here
It will all ruined in a moon night
like a wind pass by
for what should be broken
what should be cut
Lines with electricity will all over
It is not my fault.
Before the violent day
your life will over

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 7, 2005



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