Treasure Island

Tay Chee Kit

MH Seventeen & Three seven zero Tribute

Between Russia and Eastern Ukraine
Beneath the gracefully flying MH seventeen
There lies the most beautiful place on earth
In disguise, there inhabit, haters of peace
No roses but all sunflowers, there filled with guns, mortar and missiles
I love you always, those were their final words
Thinking back on three seven zero
It may still be in the deep and dark
Far from the crimson clouds and orbs of skies
Even so, many of whom never give up their device
To search for truth among all lies
Everyone in there always be in our prayers, every night
Finally seventeen has arrived
Minus the big aircraft blown up by the devils
Touched down to royal respect, with utter silence and final observance
Tanahair is where they called home
This is where they love to be for their final resting
And so are we
We send our most sincere condolences, to all
bereaved families of both
seventeen and also three seven zero
Not forgetting, as always

Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2014

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