Treasure Island

sekharan pookkat


Bridal Thought


Wind blows madly
Heart beats heavily
Thoughts passes speedily
To reconcile myself strongly

Wood pecker hammers its peck
On the red wood tree
Tick tech Tick tech
As my heart beat with anxiety

He will enter into my room
As a cat enters into the kitchen
To eat a delicious dish
With out making noise.

Or will he say
I was busy with friends
Do you feel sleepy
It is all right my dear!

He may call me darling
And hug me slowly
And whisper in my ears
Today is our first night.

But I lost the way
To my room and cried out
Help me to clear up the way
It was dark in my room!

What happened my dear!
He slowly came to me
And patted on my back
Dreamed! dreamed about me!

Moon was shining outside
Cool breeze entered into the room
And blushed me again
With the shyness of a bride.

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 23, 2013

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