Treasure Island

Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

Looking Through Your eyes.....


Knowing myself
great challenge itself
diving deep, inspecting
vigilant, introspecting
even in sleep and dreams
churning and filtering
I was witness to all
but to know, not at all
Dog trying root of own tail
like my all efforts still fail!

Thought of becoming
somehow something
trying hard and harder
and legs crossed beyond border
stuck in history of Earth
head lost when found life's worth
hands raised reached the sky
still found no answers, don't know why!

Looking through your eyes
I learn what I am,
looking in your eyes
what not and what can't be I am
looking at you I learn what
should and what shouldn't I
remain I like diamonds
breaking all bonds
only get polished to the best
to shine even in least available light

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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