Treasure Island

Seinu Abdulgafar


Carol


You have crawled into my heart
I wish Rose flower was Carol flower
wouldn’t that be perfect?
The tongue roll
your name into the heart of anyone who mentions it, Carol
I feel special and celestial when I mention, Carol
Carol must be a hymn in heaven

Carol, an angel in a human form
A pink beautiful vegetable, Carrot
A chorus of a sweet song
A crawling gentle of a baby

Oh Carol, when I see you…
when you smile….
I am eating yet I am hungry
drinking but thirsty
Oh Carol, my heart is ruled by joy
a complete beautiful lady
Carol, I don’t know which one is more beautiful
is it your appearance or your character?

Submitted: Thursday, May 22, 2014

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