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Final Goodbye



If I remove the lines
Dividing you and me
Would you fondly smile
Or a sad face would trudge away
Towards the lighthouse
Which you're so affectionate
For it illuminates the field
For the ambassadors of wealth
Exquisite rings, jewels and cloths
Which I don't have
Except an abalone
Of the bond we shared
In all these years
Through the gardens
To the endless walks
And the fun
With the friends
But I cannot dare
To break the chains
And freely spread
The scent of my love
For I couldn't procure
The definition of it
So I will be gone tomorrow
Leaving my heart to you
But your sullen face
Lives in my eyes
Always poised to recite
Even the devil will kneel and cry
By the innocence of your love
So I cannot be the one
For I am a nomad
Who is bound to move
Once the raining clouds
Would fade away
Leaving melancholy
And a few roses
With me
So I am turning back ardently
Towards the cherished land
To give a final goodbye

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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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Stanzas 1
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