Treasure Island

urarthur urarthur


Daydreamer


And there was I
so lost inside
staring at the
world outside

The deepest blue
the clearest sky
just like the colour
of my eye

I wonder why
birds flying high
I wish I could
give it a try

I closed my eyes
to fade away
just for a moment
but it seemed a day

As I felt the sun's
heat on my face
I went to seek
The perfect place

Followed my heart
through day and night
followed the path
to the furthest light

I traveled high
I traveled low
I traveled fast
I traveled slow

But I had to stop
couldn't go no more
it seemed I was
at the heaven's door

Just when i thought
I'll be polite
knock on the door
and step inside

Then all this came
to an sudden end
when the teacher
called my name

Submitted: Monday, August 04, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

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