Treasure Island

Konjit Berhane

(SePTeMBer,18 1983 DEath i Believe i am ImMorTal / a S M a R a)

i LoVe aSMaRa iN THe RaiN...!


The streets of *Asmara* are magnificent site
With art deco buildings, tall trees
'N Italian resembling refreshing cafes
With their famous cappuccinos and sweet cakes

I Love to take a walk in those streets
When they are quiet
...Quiet as the Sahara desert
But they never are and never will be
For it's a city that never sleeps

It is quiet only when it rains
It rains only in summer
Summer comes only ones a year
...'N i walk the streets then

I love to take a walk in the streets of Asmara
When it is summer and quiet
I love Asmara in the rain
'N i would walk the streets again and again...!

Submitted: Saturday, November 18, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010

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