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Williamsji Maveli

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The Dates Garden


The Dates Garden

I walked into the garden of dates
Opening slowly your secret gates
Places to hide in the dusty room
You laid down aimlessly in gloom

Inside this garden your love is true
Peace be with you, never is untrue
A mirror pond reflects the new dawn
Over the banks, the evergreen lawn

follow the path along the growing trees
Peace in the garden, your love to release
Life seems to be beautiful and charming
Romance is in the air forever roaming



By Williamsji Maveli

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Submitted: Saturday, September 08, 2012

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