Treasure Island

Parwin Jadan

(2,11 sunday,1990 / happy pampero)

Day or Night


Day or Night
Hooh hoo, lah lah
Hey all, you have to listen to me

There is no white or black
Coffee or tea the essence is water
All the colors are so bright

There is not rich or poor
Up or down
light nor dark
raven or dove they fly
fire or water
trees come form water
fire comes form trees
green from timber
what at most! love and faith
believe in all you got a goal
good soul make all
life is Ecstasy

river or mere the sprite is water
you see only dark without light
yea, again I, say
There is no long nor short
nay mole nor tiger
what you make or what you do
is the real core!

Believe is allay
Who knows?
Who work?
Who is jolly?
Can know
All, Comes from mud
Back to dust

Not ant nor elephant
Dead seeds brı ng bı g trees
Lı ttle bee gı ves flowery honey
Look at, the milky fluffy cloud
Once brown cocoa cloud
But, at last they born Radiant Rain

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009

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