Treasure Island

Zaibar Zee


You Are My Life


I feel you around,
When I am alone;
When I go out side,
You are along with me;
During my walk I feel you,
I can realize your presence;
You are always with me,
I like your presence;
I understand your importance,
In fact I neglect you;
I do not observe you,
You but always with me;
I don’t take notice of you,
Nowhere you leave me alone;
I never able to catch you,
I realize you are my life;
I am nothing without you,
I am dead, I will die;
Once you gently touch me,
Make me feel romantic;
I feel you coming to me,
I know you are there;
Your presence is so pleasing,
You move swiftly across;
Sometime you move gently,
You make me feel excited;
I see you coming to me,
Indeed I don’t see you;
You don’t not leave me alone,
You surround me during sleep;
You reason me to understand,
You favor me too much;
You are my hearing,
You are my breath;
You touch me, you puff,
You are my survivor;
You provide me life,
I but never appreciate you;

Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2007
Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011
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