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The Oldest Tree In The Valley - Poem by omar bizri

On the snowy railroad they walked
Holding their hands tightly they talked
Looked at her eyes he recited
All love poems he thought
She heard him with passion and wrote
On a oldest tree in the valley where they stood
“By the Lord of the Heavens and Earth I swear
Who gave me life I am totally aware
Let my soul leave me
I will keep u
Let my days pass away
I will grab u
Let the sun rays fold
U r my sunshine
Let my eyes close
I will always see you
Holding our hands together
We will live young live old
Its our paradise in the earth and on the heavens
I will never let you
I will never let you

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 5, 2010

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