Treasure Island

Deepa Thomas

(28th August / Kerala, India)

Can words express more


When silence can talk
And communicate in volumes
Can words express more?

Smile across a crowded room
An accidental brush of hands
Can words express more?

Eyes held by eyes
Frozen moments in thought
Can words express more?

Sudden flutter of heart
Butterflies in stomach
Can words express more?

Waiting for those footsteps
Stolen glances towards the door
Can words express more?

Dreamy eyes n' sleepless nights
Musical rhythm in spirit
Can words express more?

Submitted: Tuesday, May 17, 2005

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