Treasure Island

Nehemiah Theophylus Haokip

(28 December 1997 / churachandpur, Manipur, India)

My Earth


My earth,
Shaped like my head and eyes
Mother of all
Revolving the love of the sun
As you re master of all
The strength of your head
And the deepness of your skin
Is the power of yours
My people very dare to love you
And my grandparent were to wish you goodbye
All of our hope thrown upon you
Beneath the shadow of your
Truth and lies too ordinary for you
And my people, work for to make you beauty
But you don't wish to accept it
Cause time hasn't come yet
And once you are angry
You leaped away my people
As is they re dust particle
But I know you have to do it so
Because they know you pain
Day and hour will past out
And everything will come undone
Same as you're before looks
Let my word shall be with you
As you're my earth am your guest.

By Nehemiah Theophylus Haokip

By Nehemiah Theophylus Haokip
Date of Birth 28-12-1997
Address 40 V/C Vaivakawn, Zotlang, Aizawl,
Mozoram

Email ID alexhaokipkips@gmail.com
Website: www.potmopi.blogspot.com
Contavt No; +919612146556

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, September 08, 2014

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