Treasure Island

Vidi Pudinkz

(Jambi, Indonesia)

Wishing Hopes


Birthday is a present of being lived
Time when you were blown to be loved
Breath air of seeing emotion
Moving smile of the eyes to feel passion

Birthday as thankfulness moment of life
O.. wish and hope and praising life
Fate gave cheerful soul to hug love
The adorer flew life like a white dove

Birthday beats a melody wind to blow
Breezing blissful wishes that flow
To the river of fallen stars
Which shine and bounce the light of fallen stars

Birthday and the wishing hopes pour like rain
The love to grant never in vain
Wish light hope bright shine up dark down
Wishing hopes sing a rhyme not like a frown

Submitted: Wednesday, February 02, 2011

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