Treasure Island

kabeer katariya


Your Eyes


No one has ever found
A heaven on this earth
Or no one has ever searched
The right place
Look into your own eyes
And you would find the divine
Your soul has been gifted
With the colors of love
And most importantly an eye to seek them
Reflect this world on your eyes
You will find this world inside you
But this world will also find you in it
When the breeze will be slow
Sky will melt down
Candles will stop blooming light
Sun and moon would just be a dream
Your eyes will help you
To follow and to chase the heavenly
Then you would realize
There is no existence of religion
But the real religion lies in your eyes
In how you seek other creatures.

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013
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  • Shahzia Batool (5/26/2013 12:28:00 PM)

    But the real religion lies in your eyes
    In how you seek other creatures.

    the culminating point lies in these lines, the word religion is having its own vast connotation! ! ! (Report) Reply

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