Treasure Island

minaslune serene

(Indonesia)

Longs for


A little bird flies
She is looking her sun
Who always shine to bright the world
But she couldn’t find the sign
That sun appears yesterday
She is looking here and there
Perhaps she found any small sign
Just a notify sign “hi” from the sun
But, she couldn’t find it
So, she returns to her nest in silent…
Today… she beard to her mind
She will find her sun today…
She flies again to find her sun
She is waiting and waiting...
But, the sun seems disappear
Then she recall the messages
From her sun few days ago
I want to find my new transformation
Wait for me till fifteen days later
And you will see me evolve and prevail
She barely remember the messages
She only know that when she sees
The sun shines
Her world much brighter
Much shiny, much spirits
So she returns to her nest
Put the leaves and gathering into her nest
One each day so she could remember
The time that she will meet her sun again
And she wish and pray that her sun
Really will evolve and prevail into positive
To be a better Sun she ever met before
And little bird silent and wishing in hopes

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Edited: Thursday, July 31, 2008

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  • Dr.subhendu Kar (7/31/2008 3:30:00 AM)

    the sun when wishful for the warmth
    warmth yet shies the stance by mirth
    and she may croon across her jingle
    rain may come to her thirst piercing the clouds, ...............love when wishful by the desire intense, luscious green bedazzles the blue, wonderful imagery by the life, wellenned,10+, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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