Treasure Island

Vizard Dhawan


Am A Simple Child Indeed


Am a simple child indeed
nothing demands costs higher
need medicine only when I bleed
world related to mothar and father

seeing anyhing I exclaim
but not able to get it bought
nobody can get my father blame
who doesn't even shout

reading is in my passion and blood
friends of few, ideal of everyone
I use everything that I should
things not in use-I have none

Submitted: Thursday, December 27, 2012
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  • Waseem A Malla (12/28/2012 12:26:00 AM)

    a very good poem.. Reminds me of my own childhood.. Then when we were happy on small things, small reasons to celebrate, no reasons ever to be sad.. (Report) Reply

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