Treasure Island

Shyama Mohapatra

(22\sept\1997 / Orrisa)

THE DAYS OF SUMMER


All the days of summer
Is ending now
All the nights of summer
Are now just sweet memories
Let’s set together
Let’s have a cup of tea
And let’s remember
The days of summer

The beautiful evenings
We had together
At that park…
I climb the mango tree
And you look at me
With your beautiful eyes

How can you forget?
Tell me how can you forget? ? ?
The days of summer
We had together…
All the night
Setting under moon light
I told you some jokes
Just to see your smile

All those memories
I packed in bags
I kept it like treasure
I can’t show you
Because the days of summer
Are over…

Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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