Treasure Island

Neela Nath


Hush!


Deserted, the falcon-word
you scribed on my knelt-heart
long ago.
My frozen limbs,
my frostbit nerves
saw the spider
on the barks of the Maple.
Maple, best friend
of my windy days.
Hush!
Wind told
not to blast
before anyone.
The stream keeps
her thin.long fingers
on her lips.
Hush!
Let her flow
under the ground
of her hidden wish!
Let her live
in her dream,
cold yet warm,
secret, yet open.
She hears the
music thru the ether,
as you're catching her tune!
She knows, there's
a tip-toed music,
an angry, yet loving
heart, above all
the storms of the seas,
dancing on the foam of
her stream!
She goes along
the chilled forest
along with
the warmth of her
chest, gathered
from the dormant
volcano of the Earth!
Hush!

Submitted: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014

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