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Hani Badawi

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A Thousand Kiss in a Thousand Rose

A Thousand Kiss in a Thousand Rose
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Winds bring clouds over my skies
Dust gets disturbing into my eyes
Hit by rain drops turning into dirt
Annoying me throughout reaching my skin
Remembering me of someone I’ve might hurt
Time is running out as sun’s light starts to dim

In the garden of misery I wake
Trapped within rain’s cascade
Sighing pain for my heartache
It’s thundering and I’m not afraid
Walking tall through the storm
Won’t surrender till you conform

I’ll send you a thousand kiss
Carefully wrapped in a thousand rose
Filled with love, and full wishes of bliss
A smell of love, a sense of tranquility and repose.
Roses that have been living on my tears
Kisses I was hiding beneath my fears

Kiss in Rose
Now the wind is taking them all
Storm of guiltiness shall fade away
The sacrifice I made will never fall
Before I find my path to decay
Now I can clearly see with no dust
There’s nothing stronger than my lust

I, I’ve been waiting for someone like you
Forgive me for what I’ve done
Can’t find a reason, but I did it for you
Yesterday has already been gone
Resentful about what it held of sorrow
Welcoming a brand new day called tomorrow

Take a look at me deep inside
Can you still see the heart of me
Or it’s in the mirror by your side
I’m being someone who’s not me
All I need as the curse tells
Lies hidden in what most I fear
Break the mirror you looked inside
Release me beyond the spell
Give me something to set me free
Make my heart hold you with embrace

Saltify me in veins’ running blood
Purify me from the sins I’ve done
Try to walk in my shoes
Step into my world
See through my eyes
Spit out my words
Not that hard to chose
What’s true from lies

Someday the world will vanish
I won’t feel sorry ’cause what will remain
A legacy of a tale rising the world to replenish
Shall stand against a bloody stormy hurricane
Where it’s the fairytale of me loving you
And a thousand kiss in a thousand rose





4 thoughts on “A Thousand Kiss in a Thousand Rose”

  1. I was just kidding. This time you sent 1K kisses in 1k roses; next time you’ll have to think of ideas other than kisses in roses, therefore, don’t make the same mistake again.

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