Treasure Island

Silkina Mankotia

(17-04-1991 / shimla(hp))

hope you'll be there?


when someone hurts me deep
hope you'll be there?
when someone makes me weep
hope you'll be there?
when i feel all alone
hope you'll be there?
when no-one answers my phone
hope you'll be there?
when nobody listens to me
hope you'll be there?
when life would be silent as sea
hope you'll be there?
when i feel left behind and ignored
hope you'll be there?
when i feel like dumb and bored
hope you'll be there?
when everyone would act like stranger
hope you'll be there?
when i'll be stuck in danger
hope you'll be there?
whenever i hope you'll be............
hope you'll be there? ?

Submitted: Monday, October 19, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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