Treasure Island

Ayesha Khan


darling death


Death i aint scared of you
You are a lover i ardently admire
The feeling of you goes deep within
Realizing not how much i miss thy touch

Darling death come home really soon
Pick me as your loving bride
And take me to your abode with pride
Wherein to stay forever i with you

Death you are not eternal
There is life after your love endeavour
But it aint ache my heart or soul
For i am now completely ready to merge thy soul

O death! Dont take so long
I cant wait to hear your love song
That i am sure you going to sing
As proudly you take me away on your love wings.

Submitted: Thursday, June 03, 2010
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