Treasure Island

Mbali Gina

Two Birds

Hey two birds can sing together
they can teach one another
they share luv together
they share happiness together
they sleep together in the same branch of sweet fruits tree
they can joy and dance together
they live their spirits together
they fly on the same direction of any season together
they share their sorrow without blaming one another
they trust one another even in their dreams
they love without limits one another
they care without thinking one another
they born to be together
they committed themselves in this togetherness
they are the achievers together
they are the hereos together

If a number of marriages here on earth was like these two birds I will vote 100% to it! ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, July 20, 2011

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  • Hans Vr (7/20/2011 10:06:00 AM)

    Fantastic poem. I think it is so important to keep the ideal in front of our eyes. If we forget the ideal, we will dwindle down in desolation. I think everyone should read 'two birds' to refresh in their mind the ideals of their own marriage and add a bit of happiness to it in the coming days.
    I think this is great! ! ! (Report) Reply

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