Treasure Island

Mishack Mchunu

(1992 June 27 / Mpumalanga)

Dream Girl


I took off my glasses
So to gaze her with my naked eyes,
And all I could see was flames
Beauty burning bright above the horizons,

It was like the sun rise
All the stars were eclipsed,
And I could see the skies so close
As the limitless Beauty shined

As I watched her every step
Time stopped; then I knew she was forever
I wished to die on my sleep;
From this fantasy to wake up never!

I woke up, and did I scream;
I will find you, even with my eyes closed, girl of my dream.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 05, 2014

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