Treasure Island

Mittur Ramprasad


Magic


MAGIC

Magic in life is made of resonance of different tunes
Like the fragrance of different flowers in a garden
Magic lies in different colors of rainbow
Like blending music making feelings grow

Magic of harmony lies in blending different notes
Like sounds of symphony has different range of beats
Magic lies in flavors of different cultures
Like the different phases of mother nature

Magic of crowd lies in different faces
Like words are different when pleading for God’s grace
Magic lies in different seasons of the year
Like the different expressions of laughter and tear

Submitted: Tuesday, December 30, 2008

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