Treasure Island

SALINI NAIR

(kottayam)

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Can watch thousand at a glance
Can't feed it for later time
Numerous faces traverse my vision
Remembrance that contract sometimes
Debt that crossed their compassion
Reimburse never feasible anyway
Years that marched in front
Retrieval that envisage inside
Earth the latitude of life
Give and take norm of life
There march with the float of time
Shores that concealed and unknown
But a bouquet receive there in
Grin and move to the land unknown
But remembrance conceals it later………….

©2014 SALINI.S.NAIR. All rights reserved

Submitted: Thursday, September 11, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 11, 2014

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We meet numerous people daily. But we can't recollect all. We forget every help we received...it's just a matter of life.............

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