Treasure Island

Kasia Fedyk


I will sing you a song
a nightingale sang to me
in the ripest of night
with a vision of a full moon
to brighten my sight

I sat down wrapped in my sorrows
so gently I wiped my tears
for a moment to see
this beautiful bird sitting next to me

He sat on a branch near the waterfall
and opened his beak for a moment, or so
I looked in his eyes that sparkled
with light and what I saw
encircled my heart

He sang me a song
I will never forget
with lyrics that splashed me
with pure water jet
he sang;
'Heart is love'
'Heart is love'
'Don't ever forget'
'Don't ever forget'

The Nightingale.

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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  • Marcus Mckinley (8/22/2013 8:27:00 PM)

    a little hope is all we need and an encouraging song from a bird indeed
    and under the light of moon so clear it was the bird that wiped your tear

    nice poem my dear (Report) Reply

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