Treasure Island

Amgad Samy


Traces of creepy memories


When complete darkness veiled your heart
and you decided to leave me apart
tearing my chapter from your emotional book
wearing makeup to keep the wild look
your amazing eyes had a steely glint
your adorable features revealed no hint
Could your rough thoughts be confronted?
Could your tough attitude be conquered?
I was a crazy explorer in your gloomy nights
just a stubborn challenger chasing my missing rights
having no clue to reach your mysterious ocean
lost on an isolated shore but still had a notion
to find a dim light in your foggy mind
Did you have a stony heart or was I fully blind?
Vague questions were drifted away like feathers in air
no answers could make them land in a broken affair
What I saw on my way were traces of creepy memories
leaving their marks on the dusk of severe agonies
I took risks for a journey thinking it was adventurous
but giving in to your harsh manner might be infectious
I was fighting for a dull soul without any intention of quitting
when fate proved how losing an iron heart was a happy ending

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014
Edited: Thursday, August 07, 2014

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