Treasure Island

Vidi Pudinkz

(Jambi, Indonesia)

Chancy Decision


The clock keeps on ticking tick-tock
Tick-tock-tick-tock the hanging sock
It seems like a spinning roulette
Whether black-white, whether life-death

Several choices are in the mind
Seeking nothing which lies to mind
Some blames to see nothing to show
Against the stream the waves don’t know

Like a play she waits for ending
Is it great, perhaps amazing?
Who knows the end, who cares the tale?
Just cool the heat, so warm the hail

Adjust the clock tick-tock-tick-tock
Like how the steel frightens the lock
Here up there down, which else to choose?
Chancy – Risky, a must to choose

Submitted: Sunday, July 10, 2011
Edited: Sunday, July 10, 2011

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