Treasure Island

Rohit Sapra

(7 August 1984 / Gwalior)

In The Fairytale of My Dreams


In my dreams is a vision of beautiful things
A flying creature lives and it happens to be my only friend.
It flies in the sky, when it wishes to
Although, it has the ability to run on the land as well
Though, it prefers flying more.
When the flying creature sees me upset, then this mortal comes close to me
As it tells me to not be sad and then I reply by saying, not a single friend I have in my life
To this the divine soul replies, you have me as a friend
Hearing this, makes me smile as then I thank the creature for being my only pal, in this whole universe
The creature, flies away by saying to me, please take care my best friend
Again, I smile in the hope of seeing this divine being soon, hopefully.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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