Dublin leaves

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic
The last journey of of a guilty soul on a Dublin street.

Submitted: March 06, 2010

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Submitted: March 06, 2010



Dying leaves of Dublin 



When in my Dublin, dead leaves fall on the ground,

Like sorrows in a pond of love

I take a walk and leave behind the town

At night, when moon is shinning up above.


I am walking slowly my abandoned street

Who sings for me an old forgotten song

The golden leaves are down at my feet

The song I hear is sad and long.


I talk to God to tell me where to go

To light for me a candle up ahead

I know he s busy, he has leaves to blow

But maybe He could hear the tears I shed.


I call him once again to ask him why

He calls the leaves to die as I depart

He has no answer and he has to lie

But it s ok; at least I see him try.


I catch a leave that spirals down so slow,

Eternal flame is still burning in my chest.

I hold it for a second then I let it go.

And just like me she is tired and she wants to rest.



There was a town that once it held me tight

Its diamond arms so wrapped around my soul

But now, another shadow is searching for a light

Walking the street where all the leaves are blown.






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