Misbah Uddin


Deep down...


Drowned deep in the bluest ocean
Can't breathe ah find nothing to hold on
Darkest feelings here with no expression
Bloody moon ah plays with the sadist sun

I know nothing here to wait for lady in the oldest house to dig on dirty eyes in shadow or the eclipse laughs mourns the air and all I hear with no witness to lessen the burden to take a share ah bluest ocean

Deep in your lips
Down in your hips

Lost I am lost am I
Don't laugh I don't dare to cry
Don't move lady don't fly

I know nothing here
Lady nothing to show


But dreaming in your eyes
Ah
Swimming between the thighs...

Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
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