Treasure Island

Ritu Shah


The room was decorated with flowers
Candles were lit everywhere
The colors were flying
She stayed quiet but smiling

All guests had arrived
Cake was about to cut
The birthday song was rhyming
She stayed quiet but smiling

They had brought so many gifts
The dinner was one of those rarest feasts
Dessert was mouth watering
She stayed quiet but smiling

The feeling of heaven was bound to surround
The music made it a beautiful night
All were singing and dancing
She stayed quiet but smiling

They looked at the star in the sky
They looked at her photo to say a goodbye
She always wanted her birthday to be happening
She stayed quiet but smiling

Submitted: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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