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The Hollow Leaves -hitalot

posted Sep 4, 2018, 8:55 PM by A Billion Stories
The Hollow Leaves
Spread out upon the ground,
Out of mere sadness there's a tug at the heart
To light the spark of what were looking for
The twilight sun has tainted our vision
Through the trees, a nature's release
In spreading the disease.
We spent a lifetime in harmony
Out of mere sadness and tragedy
A beautiful union to believe
To have faith, a willing to achieve
The hollow leaves were blowing in the breeze.
Illumination in its timeless radiance
A sprinkling array of blissful care
None the worse for wear
We each can listen to the inner sound of our soul
A grand sparkling array of vast filled radiance abounds.


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Submitted by: hitalot
Submitted on: Thu May 25 2017 06:31:03 GMT+0530 (IST)
Category: Original
Language: English

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