Treasure Island

tsewang gon


What for travel I am


What for travel I am
I travel more distance
Not only some months and some years
Many years passed with my travel
Indeed I don’t want to travel for long
Don’t want to separate with my lovely family
But there are no chose to stay in my land
Because there is no freedom
People come in the world for happiness
The happiness is source of freedom
No freedom, No happiness
Each step is a full of thousand of sweats
Worry and unhappiness are my partner
I don’t want to be old with travel
I don’t want to be die with travel
I have a beautiful mother land
I have a lovely parents, sisters and brothers
I have a great home and native place
But I can’t go back
Because my land is under the invasion

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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