Treasure Island

Garrett Nakai


BM (Part 2)


Bailey I miss you.I really want to kiss you.I seem dead without you.I
know this to be true.I feel alive with you.Waiting for the baby to
coo.I dream night and day about you.Not one nightmare about you so
far.I crave your scent.I crave your taste.I crave your love.I crave
your voice.I want to spent a night with you in a tent.I want to grab
your hand.And this time it'll be hard to let go.I don't mean to be
haste.Yes now I do have a plan.I'll say it again I love you so.I'll
wear your love like a glove.My love for you is like this joist.Holding
the house together.I will seek you forever.No I will not move on baby
until I see my son.I take you as my wife, I do.I will listen to you
like Horton.You'll be my only Morgan

Submitted: Saturday, June 29, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 29, 2013

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