Treasure Island

Raksha Bhat


A Moment Called Life


A rainbow in between the black and white
For the colors bright

A twinkling star amongst the sun and moon
For the light in boon

A raindropp to bring close the earth and sky
For the thirst all dry

A smile that beams amid the pain and cheer
For the hope in fear

A heart that beats to keep all love and hate
For the troubling fate

A mind that can balance all good and bad
For the streets so mad

A spirit of the game beside its win and loss
For the goals to cross

A soul to back more than friends and foes
For the row with noes

A faith to thrive in the midst of fire and ice
For the dreams all nice

A gift finest we live with all ease and strife
Is a moment called LIFE!

Raksha Bhat

Submitted: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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