Treasure Island

Mishaal Javed Dawar

(19/3/1998 / Peshawar, Pakistan.)

Memories, Childhood memories.


Fun. Games. Laughter.
Now, there is none.
Jokes. Treats. Entertainment.
All gone. Gone.
Play. Activities. Pocket money.
Disappeared, from sight.
Smiles. Cheers. Merriness.
Gone, without a fight.
School. Trouble. Bullies.
Still a silent whisper in the air.
Break times. Home work. Teachers.
Not here. Not there.
T.V. Bikes. Computers.
Gone without looking back.
Being grounded. Relaxing. Football on Saturdays.
Gone with a painful smack.
But now,
Only one thing left,
To treasure,
To keep.
Memories.
Childhood Memories.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 23, 2010

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