Treasure Island

lovita j r morang

(16th july 1976 / arunachal pradesh.assam, india)

inside eachother


inside eachother

…in this silence in this darkness
lights just caressed the darkened hues
growing silences just a sound of comings...

falls raindrops of hopes
into the cave of dreams
...and water flowing calm inside
all eyes of power falling on
eyes that long to see more dreams

within without
without within

within me arose a being
and within me proclaims an end
bitterness might fade
drunk with aliveness

like the stones in the river unmoved
ready to run like the river

the force within me rain
forces of the river run in the veins
a river runs within me
without a name
death dead

again
run mad
rapturously towards the sea of happiness
and I found your golden hairs float on
and you dance into ocean of yourself

Submitted: Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, August 11, 2009

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