Treasure Island

Sourav RCY


Solitude


Tomorrow is the new day
May be a new way to turn
But if I walk on the same way
I’d lose out all the fun

Night is too dark
And it’s dreadfully hush too
Where should I find my lark?
I need a break through

Where to find a true friend
Enough to mix up with the wrong
There are lots remain to mend
And my emotions are getting strong

If love is the name of life
Remember life tends to betray
It brings touch of happiness with lot of strife
Only death is there to take it all away

Is someone feeling gloomy?
While reading this piece
For that we can forget life momentarily
But death we can’t miss

But where my thoughts are going
Am I getting little wayward?
That’s what happens when we’re swimming
In the sea and alone in the dark

The sun never changes
Or does it sometimes
At times I die for its rays
But it leaves me with the melancholy vibes

And where to go with my fateful emptiness
I can’t talk to myself anymore
This crowded world and my loneliness
Is someone there to take me ashore?

Submitted: Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 08, 2011

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