May our Persian New Year,
May heaven celebrate it even.
May we worship the light of the Sun,
Rather to live in the Darkness,
This man-made color on Earth.
Born we are to be Free,
Happy, with Love in our hearts too.
Who initiated hatred and wars?
And why dragged we are in both?
--Time and again. --
May we be free from evil.
Let us open our hearts,
To one another.
May the Persian New Year,
Re-make us again:
To be citizens of this word.
Let us sing the song from a prophet of Love:
"Thanks for the human heart by which we live,
Thanks for its tenderness, its joys, and fears;
To me the meanest flower that blows, can give:
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears." *
May Persian New Year,
Show us the way to care:
For our humanity.
Mali Mostoufi - NY March 03, 2008
*Four verses By William Wordsworth - English poet (1770-1850)
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