Treasure Island

tayyeba mustafa

Dripping Water

Dripping water, dripping water,
from the horizon of heaven,
on the land, on the sand,
makes me happy, and so elated,

Dripping water, dripping water,
from the dark black clouds,
on the leaves, on the tress,
gives them a slow quick bath,

Dripping water, dripping water,
from the thunderstruck light,
on the eyes, on the cheeks,
makes everyone to turn the face up!

Dripping water, dripping water,
from the beauty of sky,
onthe mud, on the rivers,
makes musical splashes when gets strike,

Dripping water, dripping water,
from the love of vast scream,
to the beautiful murmors of land,
makes me sing, and dance.

Submitted: Sunday, October 28, 2012

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this poem is about rain...when it rains, water falls everywhere very beautifully... this is the amazing moment, when sky falls water from so high on the beautiful piece of land, making it more romantic, and enchanting...

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