Treasure Island

Tara Chettur

The place I belong to...(pkd)

The place I belong to is full of green,
It’s all beautiful and serene,
The love making in lush green,
..Of the awesome,
The crystal clear water in the rivers,
Tranquillize the heart…..
You will crave for falling in love again,
Those simple people with straight talks I miss at times,
The snakes are as important as man there
Though the people there is nagging always….
Happiness and love prevails in my place …
Now as I don’t want to be understood by anyone…
I want to be in the middle of those fields talking to myself…! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, April 07, 2009

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  • Grace Guintos (4/7/2009 6:57:00 AM)

    i myself..
    wanted to be in the place you are referring to..
    not only me but everybody..
    a nice peaceful place..
    MAy GOD bless you richly.. (Report) Reply

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