Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


>>> Kidding


In my den one day came the sun,
I gave him a little bit of my secret knowledge of mine
Now, he does not suffer the pain like before
Out of his constant burning
Nor has he to stop to give to his beloved earth
The continuous flow of required heat and light

If you wish, all of you may come to my house
I know the path short cut how to rise
Have the fun, joy and ecstasy
All the luxuries and comforts of life
Without going through the pain and suffering
Taking the hardships in your stride

Hold on, man, do not be swayed away
I am known to a ‘'secret power'' too
By which I can make you all powerful a king or queen
The richest person, the most intelligent human
Bring back to you, your lost love
Put all the name and fame at your feet
Peace in mind, all the happiness of the world
And see you off with a boon
Now, you must be the most curious creature
To know who am I
I am kidding, my friend, playing with your longing and desire.

Submitted: Sunday, June 08, 2014

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