ratna zaa

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What I Look For In My Lifetime - Poem by ratna zaa

When I still thought that heavens are on the clouds
When I still believed that Wewe Gombel is really exist
When I still fear the blanket of the dark
I looked for friends
Who would always imagine the kingdom of heavens with me
Who would always save me from the Wewe Gombel
Who would always be my light

As I walk along the time
I knew that the heavens aren’t on the clouds
I knew that Wewe Gombel isn’t really exist
I knew that there’s nothing behind the blanket of the dark could eat you
I looked best friends
Who would always tell me the truth
Who would always give their shoulders to retain my tears
Who would always share their laughter with me

As time have changed me to be a woman
I know that some things have no truth
And some things have no absolute truth
I always try not to let the tears fall down
I don’t have much time to have laughter
I look for someone, the right one
Who always stands by me
Who always gives me a bunch of love
Who always hugs me in his heart
Every hour
Every minute
Every second
Every time
Till I leave the dimension where time dominates


Comments about What I Look For In My Lifetime by ratna zaa

  • Chinedu Dike (3/12/2018 7:58:00 AM)


    Deep emotions conveyed with clarity of thought and mind. A witty reflection nicely brought forth from the heart. Thanks for sharing Ratna. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 26, 2011


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