Tree And Earth - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
Tree and Earth
You grown up rapidly to touch the sky
Have you succeed to touch the sky though grown up enough
Loving how much I have taken up you at my heart
Yet, why are you so synonymous?
Who of you is at that horizon? Rogue
O motherland my life has grown up at your heart
But opening the eye whom I saw
I move towards the sky expecting to get her
Tears ooze if she is not found at dark of night.
Awaking from sleep I found her
She surrounded my whole heart.
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