Treasure Island

uriel mejia

(jully 12,1997 / Houston, tx)

Created by XxBrokenxXxOnexX


Could you be my Finn?
Can I be your Flame Princess?
Can we play BMO, i'll let you win.
Then you can see my new flame dress.
Lets go on an adventure!
You can save me from the Ice King.
In my heart i'll let you venture,
And along the way we can sing.
Let's have a world ending kiss.
Then make Princess Bubblegum jealous.
We'll be silly and in love, in pure bliss.
You can steal my heart from all the fellas.
We could go hang out with Marceline,
But she seems a little mean.
I could make you an amazing cake,
Or we could have bacon pancakes with Jake!
Together forever in the Land of Ooo.
My fire heart burns for only you.
In this land there's so much to do.
Just know Finn, I love you too!

Created by XxBrokenxXxOnexX

Submitted: Saturday, February 15, 2014

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