Treasure Island

inguruwatta pushpadewa

(12/13/1975)

give wings for prove my love


Loving smile and luster eyes when will could see
Embracing and hold with together where having strange place
Blaming every stars and flying birds although heart open for you with love
Foot step till see heaven with together handing hand with heart pure

Every blooming blossom whispering and move with blowing wind
Bees coming like helicopter and sucking pollen till quench thirsty in beauty full world
Among large wood s and through big mountain fly till see my own eyes of my beloved
Will brings wings for prove my love front of noble god

The darkness night will light from your voice and listen stepping
Evil with long lines life went away how warmth beneath your eye lid closing
Every night and day begin fire candle for my loving darling
You will give heart prove for love with singing song

When will hope come true see like fairy land seem of believing
Feel tough and whispering for listen you earning
All though all ways you're on my mind such wonderful dreaming
Never vanishing true in this world it will be wining
2012-04-14DDD8: 34 AM

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012

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