Treasure Island

Rahul Gade

(India)

FEAR v/s DREAM


What is it that I fear? when things are bright clear
Maybe dreams those so dear; fail to come near
Dream akin concubine; Shy on eyes wide open
Will ever be mine; like crown on head shine

In midst of confusion, I lay lonely on horizon,
To hunt down illusion, and implore inspiration
To conquer denunciation, of dreams I so realize
And cloaked in audacity; to sterile my fear entirely

In solitude I shall cherish; the scar of lost fear
Still my dreams unbridle; like unbound lover
Enticingly fail to ebb, vigorous in pride
Had no doubt with glittering hope, dawn will arise

rAHUL...

Submitted: Thursday, May 14, 2009
Edited: Thursday, May 14, 2009
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