Treasure Island

Jay Bradley

(Eschenbach in der Oberpfalz)

Whatever, Where ever


And where'er your sun rises, might you find yourself there also,
Where there's paradise, then there's play,
Where there's summer, then there's day,
And where'er your sun rises, might you find yourself there also;

And where'er your moon glows, might you shine there also,
Where there's winter, then there's snow,
Where there's wonder, then you'll know,
And where'er your moon glows, might you shine there also;

And where'er your planets align, might you take the time also,
Where there's worry, then there's fear,
Where there's sunshine, then there's clear,
And where'er your planets align, might you take the time also;

And where'er your river runs, might you slide through also,
Where there's love, then there's bed,
Where there's hate, then there's dead,
And where'er your river runs, might you slide through also;

And where'er your roses bloom, might you blossom there also,
Where there's solitude, then there's knowledge,
Where there's company, then there's college,
And where'er your roses bloom, might you blossom there also;

And where'er your compass points, might you lead yourself there also,
Where there's hope, then there's destination,
Where there's despair, then there's constellation,
And where'er your compass points, might you lead yourself there also;

And where'er your blood rushes, might you lend yourself there also,
Where there's rum, then there's friendship,
Where there's flavor, then there's lip,
And where'er your blood rushes, might you lend yourself there also;

And where'er our lines cross, might we find ourselves there also,
Where there's time, then there's arbor,
Where there's place, then there's harbor,
And where'er our lines cross, might we find ourselves there also.

Submitted: Monday, September 19, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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  • Vipins Puthooran (9/20/2011 5:56:00 PM)

    It'a wonderful poem.. You portraited in a vivid manner everything.//. sun moon rose.and the seasons'emotions., feelings//.. Really a nice work..top marks for you (Report) Reply

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