Treasure Island

Mittur Ramprasad



Growing corn in good lord’s vast fields
Working hard for a very good yield
Soaked with sunshine and in pouring rain
Planting seeds of love in hills and plains
Harvesting crops when time is just right
In the shadows of divine’s bright light
Gathering the grain to make the dough
Letting the feelings of love to grow
To make the bread to break it together

Living side by side with never ending tolerance
Blending with each other with respect and reverence
Sharing the gifts of life to walk into future
Opening up the hearts forever to nurture
Virtues of human soul in life’s journey together

Walking the vineyard to pick the grapes
Made of different colors falling like drapes
Plum and juicy made of many dreams
Flowing river of compassion like eternal stream
Waiting for the right time to pick
Each and every bunch with all its magic
To bring it home thanking the divine
For his grace while making the wine
Sharing with everyone to drink it together

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008
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