Treasure Island

sambhota wangpo

(2/2/2013 / tuting)

The walker on the lonely road....


Sadly, Oh! Sadly
The walker on the lonely road walks.
He is a luggage on the hands of a poor coolie,
He is an ant on the road of an extreme lonely.
He is a tear that flows from eyes of a mother.
He is a lonely that walks alone towards the further.
But he never makes a judgement
Swiftly walks without any comment.
Pleasantly, Oh! Pleasantly
The walker on the lonely road walks.
He is a smile on the face of a beautiful girl.
He is a love that shines on the fancy pearl.
He sings smoothly with the lively wind.
He is a whistle that whistled by wind.
But he remembers the tears he owns
That falls from the eyes for aeons.

Oh! Sadly, Oh! Pleasantly
The walker on the lonely road walks.......

Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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this poem, I have written when i was feeling so lonely...

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