Treasure Island

Casey Jarrell

(6/23/1994 / Deridder, La)

Birth of Love


As love and dreams become one,
The sadness 'now' turns into stardust.
Because of you, I believe.

I take pride in the fact I was born
strongly, shining like an angel.
Don't cloud your gaze.

If I am to lend this power
for the sake of a dream, I want to be born.
I want to become love.

You were always at my side, watching me.
Not being afraid, you even went on a journey.
that courage is dazzling.

To shine a light in the dark galaxy,
I was born with the light of life.
Go and convey that meaning.

If you are going to use that power
for the sake of love, I want to be born.
I want to become love.

If I am to lend this power
for the sake of a dream, I want to be born.
I want to become love.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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A young girl named Seira is giving her best friend some advice, but she has the condition of wanting to show her feelings.

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