Aidin Azarkerdar

Rookie - 0 Points (9/11/1987 / Iran)

My name is love Poem by Aidin Azarkerdar


two thousend mile under heart
in deep's ocean of my mind
she was broken and sad
she was in shadow of the dark
darkness always try make her, mad
she was calm and relax
she always said: holly thanks
but she crying always
she waitnig for her saint
where is her saint
do he come for her save?
do he find it she in this way?
she was sad
she broke in things
no one love her feels
she was in my mind
broken and alone
all time sit down on the floor
floor of my brain
waiting for her saint
maybe
one day
she can stand up and walk in the yard of reality
she cabn be happy
if one day she see
she say loudly to the sky: holly holly
I hope to your love
take my hands
help me god
I'm alone
poor and broken in this darkness floor
this human don't like mine
please help and help me god
this human don't praying for me
please my god see
my name is love
please god
look at me
I'm here, please see me
on human's minds
sadnesss with tearly eyes
help me god
hold mine
hold hold me
I want to fly

Submitted: Saturday, January 05, 2008
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