Treasure Island

Samin Fatima

(11 march 1999 / Rawalpindi)

Trust


Trust is something one can not see
Trust is something that will make you see
It will make you see what is right and what is wrong
In a world where you really belong

Trust is like a butterfly flying over a sea
As soon as one hits it
It will fall into the sea

Trust is truth and trust is honesty
Trust is love and trust is respect
Trust is care of another’s dream

My dear friend don’t break trust
It may not sound but it will still hurt
As trust is something one cannot see
Trust is something one cannot see


…Samin Fatima…

Submitted: Saturday, October 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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