Treasure Island

SHANTANU MUKHERJEE


JOURNEY OF LOVE


Despite the interminable distance, in a brumous and sunny path

Under a mysterious & transparent condition, alone in his way

He started his journey



He spent sleepless night in desire of meeting his destiny

somewhere in the way of his journey

Sometimes the pouring dropp of hopes

where blown away by the blustery winds of despair

And sometimes the violently rushing stream of disrupts drown him

Breathe of zest sail him athwart



Halt came in his journey

he gifted what he has

some misused it & some preserved it

he again started his illimitable journey

with his pals-faith & trust

in the search of new halt



And like this

THE JOURNEY OF LOVE CONTINUES...........

Submitted: Thursday, March 17, 2011

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