Treasure Island

Maria C. Costa

(Portugal)

A Flash Of The Past


A couple of years on
We hardly believe
Such days of joy have gone...
But those happy young faces
Stay there smiling for good
Telling us the story it embraces.

It was a passionate time
Of discovery, learning,
Enthusiasm not only mine
Boosting knowledge indeed
Through sharing and caring
For their mind and soul to feed.

November,2010

Submitted: Sunday, November 14, 2010

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  • Mohammad Muzzammil (9/12/2012 7:43:00 PM)

    The time is running faster than anything and we can't tame it by the dint of force. The only way to preserve it to compose poem recalling it so that we may enjoy them all nicely. You've done the same. Quite impressive way that you've used. (Report) Reply

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