Treasure Island

Amann Aroraa

(28 March 1993 / New Delhi)

In the world of Music


I dance in a freelance style to the beats of music in a vacuum of sorrows.
My soul rests spiritually in a pacific place, which only music could create.
My shallowness is complete and I built a concrete
Of all the good thoughts and all the good things.
A light is lit in my heart of new drives and hopes.
Undisturbed by worldly woes-the material gains, the love loss.
I experience a great comfort and an eternal cheer,
Which I cherish presently and treasure for ever.

Submitted: Saturday, August 10, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 18, 2014

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Although it is impossible, but an attempt to pen down what role music plays in our lives.

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