Treasure Island

cris son.

(july 29th / 1993 / pei)

A fairy tale


Jamilah was a princess in a far away kingdom
She lived with her father and a magical white horse
But her father lost his way
It was jamilah's job
To help her father get well
So this tiny child worked day and night
To make him see the man he was
To make him realize the life he was throwing away
Then one night jamilah set off
On the back of her horse kianna
Underneath the moon she saw a shooting star
She closed her eyes and prayed
Please help my daddy find his way
So things could be what they were
She went back home to her bed not a word was said
The next morning she awoke
To happy songs and her fathers laughter

Submitted: Thursday, December 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 23, 2013

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