Treasure Island

kaavyaa kriday

(21 nov 1991 / faridabad)

COLOURS OF THE RAINBOW


COLOURS OF THE RAINBOW

There is something i need to say
its been so long i have waited for today
i have seen all the colours of the rainbow
as i watched the sky through my window
but i cant be happy with just that
i wanna live those colours feel them in my heart

i am packing my bags and hittin the runway
dont hold my hand and ask me to stay
i have the colours of the rainbow in my eye
its all i really need to survive

i cant go on behind these four walls
i wanna live and feel it all
dont worry if i fall and bleed
with time it shall all heal

i am no longer the little girl you knew
the girl who always came home to you
i am going beyond these walls and this town
walking into the chaos and the crowd

please dont tell me what to do
you know i really do love you
but its time i make my own mistake
i know i will get through all the heartbreak

i am packing my bags and hitting the runway
you know i will make it through someday
i will fly through the highs and dig through the lows
and i know i will find the colours of the rainbow

i feel the wind calling me
goodbye......its time to leave....

Submitted: Wednesday, November 12, 2008
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