Treasure Island

TOHISH BARASA


I Will Not Leave You...


The tree of our love is full of happiness,
Its fruits are growing red day by day,
Sun is caring for tree,
Clouds are talking to tree everyday,

The charm of that tree is youthfull,

The couple standing behind holding each other hand
Like...
Roots of tree holding the soil..
Promising each other not to leave each other in any season of love, emotion, malencholy...

Both wants to be together....

Submitted: Monday, September 02, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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In poem boy is telling her beloved about there happiness in present and future. This bunch of happiness can only be achieve if they hold there hand strong like roots are holding strongly with soil. They are here compared to tree like fuits grow on tree there love is also growing red etc

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