Treasure Island

Dustin Catingub

(August 30,1993 / Valencia, Ormoc City, Leyte, Philippines)

Thread of Pain


Let the blue bird sings a song
A song that turns right from wrong
Song that commands the wind to blow
In order to fade away the sorrow.

The song that makes the rain falls
And let the trees stand tall
Takes and fades away the pain
When it is being washed out by the rain.

The birds that sings through out the years
Wipes away all the tears
And cuts away the thread of pain
In every countless dropp of the rain.

Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2012

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