Husna Amin


Forever


When there’s this season, this season of innocence
Let us play this game of truth
High above that universe converse…way below is me and you!
That night was pure and beautiful, that night conjured something wishful
The sea was not that adamant
The wind was not that mad
You and I listened to that beautiful tune
Ah! The nature was never so flamboyant…
The sea as it roared and called us in
We could hardly understand the magic spell
The moon, the light, oh! That compelling hue…
The time was night, the morning near
We didn’t understand we need to fear
Hush hush the breeze conspired, the time moved in silence
One step two step three step in,
The sea took us very clean!
Lost in time, we are back again…
The sameness of nature still struck us hard
Forever was the promise we made, forever was the world we ended
Forever we thought we will be alive but ‘forever’ was the word we couldn’t bribe
We can’t be less happy, to stand here alone,
This time again, in the sands of time…
Far away from the unsettling crowd, very near to the Heaven sublime!

Submitted: Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Edited: Thursday, January 09, 2014

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