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L.A Barboza Poems
For A Moment
Love is real, To every man and woman reading this. If it was a thing not to feel, Then why did you keep reading it.
Looking at old chats, And regretting all the fights. Feeling your heart bounce, When she said you were worth,
Back To The Well
The book of the past, Is gone. The book of the present, Stands before me.
Just Not To Say Goodbye
Go back to the deep realms, Where you belong, And play the song, And sing it for whatever time long.
Wish On The Well
Sparks fly, Between little traces of blinking stars. Light flies, Between the deep shine of the gloomy sky.
I have been one conjugated with the night. I have played all alone at the park. I have left it all in the past.
Thank You Mom
With a lion's rage, I will fight to the end. I will be the mage, The one that makes magic to have his best friend.
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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For A Moment
Love is real,
To every man and woman reading this.
If it was a thing not to feel,
Then why did you keep reading it.
To those unbelievers of love,
I just want to say,
That your Mom and Dad,
were the first you had.
To some it may seem,
That is not worth not even a sin.
That a forgivable thing,
Would be so hard to achieve.
Skies open before you,
But you choose to drown on Earth.
The clouds awaited a miracle just to miss you,
And it doesn´t even make you feel alert.
When death arouses the bars,
The ones that keep you ...