Treasure Island

Aya Nasr

(17/9/1993 / cairo, Egypt)

coincidence with the sweet past


I saw a man from the sweet Past
I knew that he became slave to his Lust!
Threw his heart somewhere till it hidden with Dust!
He is in age that he knows what he have to do and what he must!

I thought that he'll be the first and the Last
But everything changed Fast....
I forgot my sweet past...

What a weird sweet Coincidence!
When I find myself in your same place your highness!
When I start to forget your face by the other's presence!
Asking the old you..why your absence? !
Asking the other you why you murdered your Innocence? ! ! !
Believe me I had felt all the betrayals before the Evidence! !

Now I mean every word I say
suffer with your shitty world and enjoy your prey
When you catch them and with their feelings Play
Its your choice and its really OkAY! !
But if a friend asked me about you I'll say...
You Passed away... =))

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2013

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  • Jeff Siegel (9/4/2013 9:01:00 PM)

    Yesterday is history,
    Tomorrow's a mystery,
    And today is a gift.

    Live it as such.

    Good write, cowgirl!

    Jeff (Report) Reply

  • Patricia Grantham (8/24/2013 1:49:00 PM)

    Sometimes the past can be sweet and it sometimes can be bitter. We
    try not to live in the past because it can hurt us to a point that we are unable
    to survive. Life has to go on. Thanks for sharing this touching write. (Report) Reply

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