God's Desire, by George Chow Subscribe to rss feed for George Chow

The milk that suck out from parenthood,
was to thanks to have me given by birth.
Now the coke I drink is to cope my sanity,
of knowledge and wisdom sets me a rank.
To be in this world of schooling form,
I am lost in the amaze of creations and questions.
I am lost that sense just me out of that all.
That emptiness of the will to accept my vision.
That emptiness of the well to feel what i see far.
As I grasp without cling among the kids.
Definition of her and his son and daughter may be named.
The desire I consider belongs to God.
Who will give me the truth of a longing path with you.
Posted: 2014-11-29 22:20:45 UTC

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