Treasure Island

John Luke


See The Sea That Brings The Spring


Tomorrow,
I shall be a happy man with no sorrow,
And travel around the world like a sparrow.
I shall feed my horse and cut firewood,
And care bread and beef, the basic food.
I wish to have a house facing the sea,
That brings the spring I love to see.
I shall write to tell everyone I love and treasure,
The happiness like lightening I cannot measure.
I shall give a warm name to every river and hill,
A name that will tell how warm I do feel.
I wish you, strangers, a blessing and a brilliant future,
With the one you've so loved in a family picture.
I just wish to face and see the sea,
That brings the spring I love to see.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 01, 2014
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