Treasure Island

micheal john


Empty Night


In this lonely night
i know not sleep
in thinking of you
my heart knows brokeness
sitted upon my lips broken songs of loneliness
on my radio tuned i to listen
all i hear is missing you
tears rolled down my eyes,
weakness i feel all over me.
your grips on me so firmly.
do you feel what i feel?
do you hear what i hear?
Whispering sounds of love songs
all i hear from the winds of time.
your place in my heart
is no other suitable.
come! mop my tears with your silky hairs
let your lips kiss away my loneliness
let me know wholeness from the warmth of your embrace my beauty one.
come to me! !
Come to me! !
My darling you.

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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