Treasure Island

Parwin Jadan

(2,11 sunday,1990 / happy pampero)

Mountain Mourning


Ocean of grey clouds scattering
Wet grass's flying
Pinky sun is escaping
Mountain's walking
Rain tears whispering
Orange Cock's crying
Spotted white black's cows hopping
Little verdant birds chanting
White rabbits jumping for change
Ring moon with his stars sisters start to say a story of change
Leaves shaking
After great pain of struggle
There is a restful peace
Time to be a clown of joy
Like brown clock throws hours
Forget black times
No more words
Time to build a castle of work
A ladder of glow
A stove burns ashy agonies

Submitted: Friday, March 25, 2011

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