Treasure Island

Zaibar Zee


Beauty


The rays of sun falling on ground
Singing of the Birds, their marvelous sounds
Tall trees and splendid Mounts
Lash green grass and elevations of Ground
…is a Beauty

The wings of birds waving in sky
Fishes go to appositive water drives
The moon and its fantastic moonlight
Twinkling of stars in a gloomy night
…is a Beauty

Difference in faces and different tongs
Gravity of earth and wandering sounds
Relativity laws and moving planets in rounds
Returning Heaven and system which bounds
…is a Beauty

Vastness of deserts and earth’s heights
Abundance of gardens and animated butterflies
Wonderful places and spreading of light
Changing the days into nights
…is a Beauty

The waves of water and dept of seas
Millions creatures, and skills of bees
…is a Beauty…

Submitted: Friday, August 05, 2011
Edited: Saturday, August 06, 2011

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