Poem Wife of Perseus

Poem Wife
Poem Wife

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Poem Wife of Perseus

O my dear deer
Your elegance has been proven
Ayu your heart shook the lake
Shiny graceful shade serve
The rhythm of your heart is crowned with your hair
You are the thief of my soul

O my dear deer
You know how wild I am
Life flows according to self-independence
Wandering from the ends of the earth in the jungle of pride

Treading the valley of the hearts of millions of colors
You know that, my diamond
You come strolling as a feline in my eyes
Swirled the steep wall of my chest

Only a small glance full of meaning landing flashes
Rebock my wildness
You let me in a tragedy
Pursuing your shadow in visibility

You know how to conquer me
I’m now gripping your calb
Rocking paradise on the ocean of pride

O my dear deer
In the corner of my heavenly cloak of pride
There was a curtain shawl that I did not manage to translate
From the color charm of your step footprint

I eroded the sense of erosion
Sluggish tired by your steep rock mountains
Your self-pity you enjoy yourself
Without open resonance your lips

You raped me spell out your pain
Tired me out
Suffering my soul
I miss your table as a beautiful deer
Not a steep mountain berberdikari
I beg you

O my dear deer
Have you forgotten the hum of the sage?
The poetry leads the soul to suspect

You are a beautiful deer
You accept the sun as your husband
Good suang or night
Good likes or sorrows

You replied approve married him
But why do you enjoy your own sorrows
Not sun-absorbing your heat

Because the sun is also bound by the same promise
A promise that has been bound by a dead knot
Would you like me to die by your rocky rock’s steep bias

I’m begging
And you need to digest it
From the breath fan bias
For you my elk deer

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