Treasure Island

Simon Quperlier

(27/03/1994 / Mombasa Kenya)

The 19th Chant


You've seen the universe and the people in it,
from the lowest south of the axis to the summit,
your unique design of survival deserves a trumpet
,
blow it hard till you pass out for it is your 19th chant,


you've become the motif of your own life line,
through this dedication you can get to nirvana,
through this poem you can blow flames and sip wine,
this is your 19th chant and you are the prima donna,

tell me how it feels like to be alive today,
tell me about the candies and the cake on the tray,
if they dont resemble a celebration in october,
on your 19th year and you are still brilliant with glamor,

soda, sauces, junk foods, music and best friends,
a present day civilization of teens like you,
baby have fun and be happy like a child in his tens,
I love you so much and i pray that you get to 72,

Submitted: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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