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Love Of One's Life

Lead rain above the sea
Man won't give it rest
 just won't let it be
Beyond the Sanion rain of tear
Within its walls only
 The Lady who holds you dear.

Her pearly beauty of heart
Outshines what's put asunder
where they would to tear apart
Her tender voice through conscience like thunder
Never, never forsake your brother.

She, who gave that virginal birth
When millions of stars looked upon her countenance
Her tender childlike smile
Oh, don't...i'll cry if i think of it a while.

Oh, God you whose workmanship reflects your glory
In your two children remedy for poison so ghory
Your beauty in them your grace so true
Forgive us for we cannot look at the hight from which we fell
We lost You won... there nothing new.

May Jacob be blessed through the Star of the Seas
And may every eye be opened to his love for Justice
 Something the True Man sees.

Second heavenlike place we lost
For they threw a dice...sense i now miss
They pilfer and betray with Judas' kiss.
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Submitted on August 21, 2014

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I started writing poetry in my early childhood. When I was quite small I wrote a poem for my mum. When she passed away many years later I realised that was her favourite present from me ever. I started to think that there might just be some value to my poetry. more…

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