Treasure Island

Najeeb Vadakkekad


Sheep From Coal Mine


Four friends at evening beach!
With the eyes of spider,
China's net hanging behind.
With the full bloomed milk
The sea waving with her boobs.

A lovely night of sheep,
And old Buddha and sorrows,
The same day, yes,
The same Night
Oh! "The mariner of sheer joy".
From your farthest time and space,
The jackals echoing as a
Ballad of synagogue.

A dead body of baby
Covered with prickles of love
And the Mir from Golan
Yes the baby coming from the
Direction of east coast

Then, again
Ah ocean is sinking of
Three proletarian great friends! ! !

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2013
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