' Throw Out The Watch

Poem By Tsira Gogeshvili

Throw out your watch, throw away...
Start feeding a sparrow on a palm
Go for sleeping closely fireplace
Do not let the knocks frighten to you
Sometimes a dog scratch at the door
He likes walks during moonlight too
Please, do not torment itself in vain
Who should come will come, unlocks
Believe to me - who which you wait
Likes to come in without knocks...
Likes to come in without blocks...
Poor old man, throw out watch, throw
For feeding time-bird through the window.

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