Treasure Island

Rimni chakravarty


Gold


Gold and Silver I have none
But what i have
you may shun
if you believe in materialism?
But if you believe in Humanism
You for me will vote or clap

It's my confidence
No.not my arrogance
As i know some day will turn to dust
So why let my organs rust?

It's my voice
No I will not use for any noise
Rather to use it as a harp
that sound sweet, no sharp
To spread harmony
in all weather rainy or sunny?

Submitted: Friday, August 01, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

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my philosophy of life i chose to follow and practice.

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