samaneh nazerian (SN)
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samaneh nazerian (SN) Poems
My Blue Ether (Daddy)
Tune of my love song, Daddy, my most strong, He is my future eyes, Who knows well all my whys,
The best of friends forever
With you I learned to love, With you I shared my life! With you I saw Almighty God,
To My Dad, The Best One I’ve Had
Thou, my still sea, Majesty of a tree! Patience for eternity,
On a cold winter evening, There was a dove with no wing, Looking at sky, Asking Him why?
Today’s spring morning, The sun was shining, I saw a meadow, Across the window,
Hardness of life
We always hear the voice louder, And see the colors brighter, Yearn for the hardest, Totally unaware of the best,
How patient is God!
If I were God, Seeing a sumptuous feast, Held in the vicinity of hundreds of people Dying of hunger,
All the pain, In my brain, Felt in soul and my body, Do you know, my buddy?
Addiction from an elf to a monster!
I knew the disease, Didn’t get to believe, I looked in the mirror, I saw a monster there!
At opposite extremes!
Far or near, God is dear! More or less,
Life and our fondness for ourselves
I love the earth, heaven and the galaxy, Rainbows, the warm sun and all His Mercy, I love rainy clouds,
To live again
Will I see the sun once more? And the raindrops to the core, Pinging on the tin roof above us? Can it happen, no muss, no fuss?
A World Without Humanity!
Their eyes full of hate, It’s a cruel fate!
Let’s share the world
Let’s share with those less fortunate than us, Share with those needing to be supported by us! Share our faith with those who have none,
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My Blue Ether (Daddy)
Tune of my love song,
Daddy, my most strong,
He is my future eyes,
Who knows well all my whys,
On fire, father,
Is my cold water,
In life's stormy weather,
Daddy gives me warm shelter,
He is hands of my heart,
Dad is right, pure white,
For my grief,
Dad is the fall,
In house, in brief,
Dad is the wall,
He is the real hero,
For today and tomorrow,
I thank daddy,
Who has taught me,
Just under God's lee,
We can face with, see,