Treasure Island

Rayan Ali

(22 June-1996 / Murree-Pakistan)

A World In The Sky


Und the words which
Lie in the deep hollows
Bring me back the moments
Which were gone by the time
Erase the hatred from every heart
That swept away all the memories
Sing the song with the wind
That hummes in the sleepy shadows
Step on the mountains in the cold breeze
Hear the heavens call your name
Wait for the angels to fly you away
In a place to think alone
Rush with the sound of the wind
And the glow of the light from above
Close to the flames, rising from the fire
A fire that burns so slow
You can stop by the hour
But the world slips away
Beneath your fingers.

Submitted: Sunday, October 04, 2009

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    A brilliant, brilliant poem.I like the way you express your ideas with brilliant eloquence. (Report) Reply

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