Treasure Island

brian musonda


A Rich Feeling


And the wall was knocked down.........brick by brick it all fell down rock bottom.............and a heart as cold as ice started melting.........the ice melted into the fine rivers that flowed to the dead and wilting flowers of my world...........and my world once dry now the flowers bloomed and the view just as beautiful as you my love...........you brought sunlight into my world....... and i started. Developing this strange feeling i had never felt before in my life...........it was like I was about to die if I had not seen or talked to you everyday and when I saw you there was this electricity flowing through my body and I was shaking i could hardly contain my self..........and all those love songs i thought were crazy started making sense........when we were together it was like I can fly this amazing feeling inside was just so special............and daily you taught me how to love...........and i now know learning how to love is the greatest lesson one could ever learn...............and the heart that knows how to love is golden........and this feeling of loving someone and knowing that.......that someone loves you back is the most richest feeling in this world.

Submitted: Monday, January 06, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 07, 2014

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