Treasure Island

ali naghavi

Your Heart

Your blur eyes are the same as sea
And my tired body is like a fish
Let this tired fish to stay in the sea
To be safe from the danger of fisherman
Fish likes to live in the sea
Lives in the sea and dies in the sea
Stays there and be with the other fishes
Your blue eyes are the same as sea
And my wandering about heart is a fish
Let this fish to stay in the sea
It will be sad, if doesn't live there
Your blue eyes are the same as sea
And I'm a fish, a lonely fish
Let me to live in the sea
I like to live there forever
It's your heart, your kind heart is my sea.

Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 12, 2013

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  • Unwritten Soul (9/6/2013 6:21:00 AM)

    I like the metaphor of sea and fish in this word, i having a great feeling while imagined is not as i imagined when i looked at the title but this is giving me fresh look on your poem_SOul (Report) Reply

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