Paula Silvestre

Rookie (12-22-1967 / portugal)

uma casa sem amor (in Portuguese)


amor na rialidade
e a algema mais forte
que faz com que a sociadade
modere bem o seu porte

seria um paraiso
o mundo sem cadeia
houve-se amor e sorriso
mas o amor escaseia

porque o amor tem raizes
causa a intimidade
faz as pessoas felizes
unindo a sosiadade

ele inventa desavensas
e quando ha contentamento
cura ate certas doencas
alevia o sofrimento

quando o sofrimento dura
com amor se e capaz
de se fazer meia cura
a outra entao deus faz

mas o mundo interesseiro
hoje com todo o forvor
so da valor ao dinheiro
fica de parte o amor

todo amor que nos damos
e como baluarte
trofeu para deus levamos
quando do mundo se parte

by reinalde pinto

Submitted: Friday, February 22, 2008
Edited: Friday, February 22, 2008

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