|Subject:||Pronunciation of Izaáh?|
|Author:||Riddy Rose (Authenticated as Riddy Rose)|
|Date:||April 30, 2010 at 1:51:00 PM|
I have no idea where it comes from, of it's origin, I mean.
Is it some kind of link to Issac/Isaiah? It sounds like it to me.
A kiss goodbye, your twisted shell,
As rice grains and roses fall at your feet.
Let's say goodbye, the hundredth time,
And then tomorrow we'll do it again.
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