Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


>>>In The Garden Of Love


In the garden of love
You might have never planted seeds
But in hundreds in the farthest corners
Swing in waves the heads of unwanted weeds

Before they become tall and ugly
And prevent anything beautiful from flourishing
Feed them not with sweet water
Check them all before comes the spring

In your lovely garden
You might not see any pest with a naked eye
But in thousands secretly they gather
And at the roots or under the leaves like a cloud they lie

Before they become menace
And destroy all the plants before blossoming
Give them not any chance to spread
Spray insecticides before comes the spring.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 22, 2013

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springs, weeds and pest are metaphors...they can be anything to a reader and take their meanings as his / her own convenience..thanks

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