Treasure Island

Guess Who


Alone In The Plain


There i was in the middle of the plain
Enjoying the moment being peacefully sane
Lying on the grass echoing to the wind's breeze
Feeling comfortable under the cloud's warm tears
Looking up to the dark night sky
Imagining my bird flying by
Admiring the beauty of the stars
Drawing rare portraits of joy
Listening to Nature acting as calm
Inspiring me to write my words
Giving me the passion to live more
The need to learn more
To seek the truth behind it's majesty
Mother-nature Teaching me to stay happy
I dive deep in positive thinking
Remembering the bird i left waiting
Regretting the fact of acting stupidly
Feeling sorry for what i had done
I close my eyes for a moment and the moment is gone
And there i was sinking down the ocean of rain
Soothing away my filthy pain
And here i am as happy as ever
Loving my beautiful bird forever

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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