Treasure Island

Martina Moriarty

(15/04/1964 / Kerry)

Anima- Animus


It was a Magical Day
says he
he was all that she wanted
says she
Me? ...
head playing tricks!
says he
with the strings of me heart
says she

I was all in a tizzy
says he
when he called out me name
says she
I am not worthy of you
says he
as a scan up and down
says she
with the balls of her eyes
says He
made me lose my mind
says she
if just for a while
says he

The flavor of life
says she
Is what wets...the mouth
says He
and the look in his eyes
says she
just said it all
says he.

So if just for one day
says she
if she will just glance my-way
says he
I'll be brave and tell him
says she
how I truly feel
says he
and I wont hold nothing back
says she
No matter what happens
says he?
No matter what happens
says she?

I love you.

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Submitted: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 21, 2013
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