To My Brother...
You are alone right now and feel the pain in heart
Because of broken hopes and false pretense.
Your face is smiling but you crying start
And try to understand of fortune dance.
You`re listening to my words but they `re a sound
That gives to you the way to chose your life…
We can just die and lye under the ground
To loose my husband or to loose your wife.
We can just look into the dark and boring side,
We can forever hate the other world
And understand we need the God`s insight
Because of our hearts are dead and cold.
We lost the love, but should just go ahead,
Believe in future, do the happiness,
Because the time with other we have had
Is our treasure and of life progress...
We should look forward other fearless dreams,
And understand we`ll meet another love…
They`ll bring the light in our lives, it means
We`ll have a jewel and the soul trove.
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