Treasure Island

Vivek Mehta


Just to see your smile


Just to see your smile

Just to see your smile
The stars gather in the sky
And to feel your touch
The wind passes by

Just to see your smile
The waves hit the shores
And the sun wakes up so early
To see you offcourse

Just to see your smile
Fragrance comes into flowers
And to touch your hair
Water pours down in showers

Just to see your smile
The moon follows you everywhere
There’s someone else too who
Often follows you, if you care

Just to see your smile
I can bring down the stars
And decorate your way
With beautiful flowers

Just to see your smile
I have waited for years
Leading a life that was
Sunken deep in tears

Just to see your smile
I can give away
Everything I have
Without any dismay

Just to see your smile
Gives me happiness without measure
I wish I could see it
On your face forever

Just to see your smile
I thank God for these eyes
In five feet four inches
My whole world lies

Submitted: Saturday, January 23, 2010

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