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Elements of my Sympathy

Emotionally, I died a long time ago
on the day the rainbow had faded,
the color at the blue sky.
And the heaven has to cry
a liter of my tears,
Since then, I am half alive.

My heart has forgotten on how to beat.
And now my heart is empty
Suddenly, I’ve forgotten the dance of life
I was never realized, the smile has vanished
Along with the river that never ends.

I don’t know where the flowers grow
their beauty that gave its meaning 
of love, and of kindness in every one’s heart.
Once I was been a butterfly spread my wings,
and dance to the fragrance of their beauty.
Swaying together on the echo of my heart.

But somehow, I forgot how the music plays,
I don’t even see the green leaves
That giving its hope for wounded hearts.
To believe in dreams that happened around
To believe on the magic of sunrise that it brings.

I envy the rain that falls on the ground 
In every drop to water the thirsty grass land
To bath the burdens of life and washes the tears.
I tried to embrace the morning sunlight
To smell the freshness of morning sweet,
And my soul be blessed with a happy spirit

I inhale the breeze that flew through my soul
And let them blown all the pain and sorrow
As free as the river that flows on stream
Soon it will glide on the ocean of oasis
And let the hope of love bloom.


Written By : Cheryl Aldea
Date    :  December 30, 2011
Copyright @ 2011.
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