Just How Much

Poem By Taher Shemaly

Flying is the heart of me so far away
towards your face of gloomy light
So far away across the darkest oceans
just to see one smile shining so bright
Feel no sorry for me my baby that is so sweet
but be sure I'll be near by at every coming night

Oh! How much I miss these eyes
but the pain left no breathe for me
Oh! How much I long to see your light
but the corpse of mine far away shall be
And your smile I shall remember to the last
until the last glance of light in my eyes shall be

Loneliness did sing
in a trial to be so neat
But the heart is busy
in mention of one so sweet
Even loneliness now had gone
and left me alone with no one to meet

Oh! How much I miss these eyes
but the pain left no breathe for me
Oh! How much I long to see your light
but the corpse of mine far away shall be
And your smile I shall remember to the last
until the last glance of light in my eyes shall be

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