Treasure Island

Deepak Calyampoondi


Winds of Change...


I sat across the street gazing at time,
Only to witness a grand robbery yet not a crime,
I asked time a question and it did mime,
In it's wondrous gestures which do claim,
That a change is essential in this evolving world,
It's absence could make everything to curl.

A change for the better is always welcome,
Many wonderful discoveries were the outcome,
A change is inevitable, everyone must sail the ship,
Failing to do so one is orphaned alone in the devil's grip,
A change for the good is good to change,
So embrace the time with the 'Winds Of Change'.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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