Treasure Island

inguruwatta pushpadewa

(12/13/1975)

the blowing wind every message whisper to your ears


The moment of burn in everything among hard warmth cool sight from your eyes
The sun waiting for you the blowing wind every message whisper to your ears
The flying birds and ornamental see fish will look till spreading eye rays
All though the with darkness every desire thing bloating front of eyes

The mean is difficulty understanding many of things but listening and watching
All though how much sight front eye the meaning of really truth lie among
But the dumb hearts how much beautiful thing be hiding without under standing
Someone go to the burial without feel of the world creating

The moment of reaching take and grab for filling meaning future with soul
Couldn't change people destiny till see themselves future seal
Grow yours belief see in dark the friends with them soul never die in burial
But the foes never like live e together though avoid listen to all

They shooting for chance one moment when die how to kill.
The hope will burn if no t sees in darkness the dream with making burial
The blind eyes with dump heart couldn't see making rest peace for all
But avoid from cried the destiny not to written pen of beautiful





Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2012

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