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My Forest

one does dont see his own flames in our own pit of hell.to all the people ,these words you may tell
tree of knowledge was conceived to to teach thee
for the lesson learned come now hear
may the earth baptise me in sacred tainted fears
as is to clense away My anguished soulful tears
my only wish is for you to understand these words
my dear
then the showers gone of blissfull myst
now oceans of memory drown us down to our paradise abyss
to be swept in our heavenly divine transcendental kiss
life made leafs of variable plenty as to not dismiss
for unless you plant to be your own leaf of tree you will be amiss
life weaves its sweet waves like an ocean bitter swirl
veles ,you make my life evenly completely well
your my sunrise on that blue sunday i found my girl.
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Submitted on August 26, 2014

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