Treasure Island

Sadiya Anwar

(28th june / India)

A Walk With You


Leaves crackled and crunched beneath my feet
as l inhaled the air that smelled so sweet
my hair wind-blown across my face
around my fingers your hand was lace
my eyes stray from the path less traveled by
save me from my life unraveled
walking blindly through unexplored terrain
You Hugged me in the pouring rain

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013

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Leaves crackled and crunched beneath my feet
as l inhaled the air that smelled so sweet
my hair wind-blown across my face
around my fingers your hand was lace
my eyes stray from the path less traveled by
save me from my life unraveled
walking blindly through unexplored terrain
You Hugged me in the pouring rain

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