Ambrosia Ambrosia


Cast Away - Part II


I made a grave mistake of coming back!
Throw me once again,
In that no man's island.
I wish to be there alone,
Far away from this selfish world.
I am missing those birds; sang for me, so melodiously!
Missing those coconut trees; swayed for me, so gently!
Missing those tides; swept my feet, so affectionately!
Missing those honeybees; kissed my face, mistaken for a flower!
Missing that cold breeze; touched my body, heart, so soothingly!
Missing that sunrise; brought new ray hope everyday!
Missing that sunset; said good bye, only to meet again!
Missing that new bud- new life; assured the existence of Almighty!
O' My Lord,
A prayer of an innocent heart?
Send my soul mate,
For whom, I am still holding my last breath! !
O' death, please wait
Yet waiting for that eternal moment of ectasy! !

Submitted: Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 18, 2013

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Dream world is so enjoyable!

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