Daniel Ilyas ilyas


Paradise


Close your eyes and image
Eternal bliss
your every wish at your finer tips
and more

Abiding in Lofty mansions near a stream, so
exquisite a seen, you have never ever seen
Yet you still see more

Swimming in honey lakes, shiny gold
drinking
fun and frolic as a child plays
where the breath that leaves your lips
is praised
of the one who gave you more.

Imagine you and your dad, with the ages of same
Imagine showing of your deeds with no shame
Imagine trees of silver liners, shinning the sun's glowing beauty

All bounties and pains will be forgotten without a trace,
as if frozen in time or space. When you see God's face.
What a beautiful Master of a miserable person.

We forgot
he forgave

But we still lost
and astray

Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
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