Paradise

Poem By kethozelie paunuo

Oft heard them talk of paradise,
Day and Night of paradise i visualize,
'A land free from harm' they say,
Thinking of it i sat in gay,

In paradise i'd be aerial,
For it must be surreal,
No more shall men be needy,
In a land full of peace and beauty,

With every new day,
There'd be a new way,
Nay men shall not need of portent,
For he'd be content.

Paradise be like a beautiful mind,
With all good things to it bind,
With a little romance,
And too full of tolerance.

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