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Desert Life Poems
April rain has suddenly come, With a sudden burst from the heavy clouds, Washing the dust of February draught, I stood alone, and all alone with a sad heart.
In the vast desert, Blows the dust and gentle sand, Hot day and cold night.
A drop of Tear
O golden moonlight, Bathe me in your warm delight, Please heal my sinking heart, Pieces broken not in sight.
My desert blooming, Sweetness of it’s wild flowers, Stay hidden from you.
O love! Strike me hard, Burn me in your fire, I will endure.
River Of Sorrow
River of sorrow has again burst its banks, Flooded by painful memories of yesteryears, Though my tears had long dried, But sparks of hope in the ashes never died.
I have carried this broken heart, From one sunrise to another sunset, With a thousand years of pain, Your parting words still echoed in my dry veins.
Questions to Desert Wind…
You wonder, Did the desert wind already forgotten to pass? No dearest, it has always blown so gently…
Memories are like seasons, Come spring they are refreshed again and again, You say, poems are just poems! But no dearest one,
Refreshing Grape Juice
Icy cold, Sweet refreshing grape juice, That I never miss in Empire Restaurant. Slowly I took my sips,
Golden clouds had passed, As rain in a distant land, Grass here.. withered dry.
I met silent night, Saw a light of firefly, I thought it a star.
Comments about Desert Life
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Edgar Allan Poe
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April rain has suddenly come,
With a sudden burst from the heavy clouds,
Washing the dust of February draught,
I stood alone, and all alone with a sad heart.
April rain is falling heavy,
With falling ice, and I felt so chilly,
As the rain fall, my tears are falling too,
In this April rain, hence nobody knew.
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