Tsunami HiroshiSu

(September 15,1996 / Fort Collins, Colorado)

American Love Story


An American prince
Him with his blue jeans
And his ripped t-shirt
And shades hiding his face
Him in his converse
But a prince all the same

An American princess
Her with her skinny jeans
And her sleeveless blouse
Her hair pulled up in a messy pony tail
And her in her flip flops
But a princess all the same

Blue jeans and bubble gum
And hands in each other’s pockets
Converse and bikinis
Love on the beach tonight
What do you expect?
It’s an American love story

No fancy suits
Or frilly dresses
No embellished crowns
Or high heeled glass slippers
She’d only break them anyhow
Just an American love story.

Submitted: Saturday, June 19, 2010

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