Treasure Island

Buyunde Acura Sylivester

(8/10/1990 - Date / Kenya, Western province)

Days of Toto Zuri


A smile from every,
Glowing face,
A touch of each heart,
And a flower from all hand,
None is scary.
As in this good case,
Everyone's on alart,
To offer comfort grand,
In any case of worry.
No one lack a race,
To saving a juvenile heart,
In every tick of a second,
Smile's carried on a ferry,
Each toy is a vase,
That I won't let part,
On taking a double feet stand,
Good name 'toto zuri, (good child)
Come as lights of grace,
And each moment is the start,
Of as many wishes as sand,
My childhood bring merry,
And merry is nothing less,
Some enjoy to mimic my chat,
As I chirp what nill people understand,
Busy emptying my salivary,
Glands on catching every trace,
By mouth like a rat,
Stranded in an alien land,
A nap takes me AWAL from mammary,
And mama's sparkling face
Without anybody's 'what? '
My day has finally stand!

Submitted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Edited: Monday, March 11, 2013

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