Treasure Island

kaavyaa kriday

(21 nov 1991 / faridabad)

MY WISH


I wish I could fly
As free as a bird
High up in the sky
Never seen nor heard…

Through the fluffy clouds so white
Soaring freely in and out
As the sun shines so bright
Happiness without a doubt…

Looking down at the grass so green
The beautiful flowers sway from side to side
Butterflies flying in between
Looking for a place to hide…

Doing the things I want to do..
Without any questions asked
Going where ever I want to
From the wake of dawn till dusk..

I wish upon a wishing star
I only have wishes few
So shiny and bright but so far
I wish my wish would come true…

Submitted: Monday, November 17, 2008

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  • John Dohoney (11/17/2008 8:16:00 AM)

    I don't like flying, tasteless food, no leg room, cramped bathrooms. I do however like this poem (Report) Reply

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