Heaven and Lake
When i heard stories, i thought its fake,
All this was about the heaven and lake,
It was the god, who rests in heaven,
Fisherman lived near the lake with his woman,
I am not sure if it is true or fake,
I know its all about the heaven and lake.
Heaven's filled with happiness and goods,
Fisherman was starving without the food,
Mercy of the god, he got fish on lake,
It was all for fisherman and his sake,
I was happy to hear those tales near oven,
This made a road between lake and heaven.
Fish ate the key of the heaven's door.
Fisherman was accused, so he became poor.
I felt so sad, i couldnot eat my cake.
The keys were found, the god blessed fisherman,
It was the tale about heaven and lake
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