Treasure Island

Neela Nath


Ah! What I Thought..


Ah! I thought I'd write,
With power and light.
No, darkness around,
But, musical sound,
Would be roaming around me!
I got a lot of friends,
as it is our trend,
to exchange opinion
and talking over phone.
I spent my days in glee.
I built a castle in air,
sitting on my chair,
But, I had no other aim
I kept on writing poem.
and sought nectar as honey bee!
and sang the mirthful song.
Oh, God! I was so wrong!
One day my friend vanished,
it seemed as if got punished,
I drowned in pensive sea.
A demon came in his place,
Though I did not see his face,
His scornful flashy mail,
threw me in utter hell
I forgot O god thee!

Submitted: Thursday, September 13, 2012

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