Treasure Island

Abdullah Bashir


Days In The Sun


It was around 2: 30,
The sun was on our faces,
Giving us that shiny ol' look,
We felt superior among together,
Danny 'The Shortie' Wilson came up with a brilliant idea,
His idea was as bright as the everglowing sun,
He suggested that we'd grab a bag and do a lil sniffin,
The idea hit us with euphoria.
We decided to act upon his idea,
And we were forever lost out in the sun.

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 07, 2014

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A group of friends make use of cocaine to unleash euphoria upon themselves out in the sun.

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