Treasure Island

hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

what a words!

What a words you whisper?
What your heart gently says?
How your lips correspond to inner delight?
Every thing moves on spirit very right

He has made you for special purpose
I was fortunate enough that he chose
You and I were at very far with vast difference
You were one of the best with charm and elegance

I always cried in your absence
Prayed almighty for your presence
Tide turned me away and warned
Yet I carried on and finally won

I would love to remain
With you in happiness or pain
That gives me immense pleasure
I see my golden period and future

My head bows down to Him
When I express feeling with concern
It is all the time you in turn
I have yet lot more to learn

I have not seen you
But with vision I see through
I find you totally pure like gold
Who will remains forever in my fold

I feel fragrance around
As if in flowers you are found
I find myself in form of bee
Sit on nectar and smell it free

Come and let us share
The experience of our absence
For years you remained far and away
Take me in your shed and extend sway

Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013

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