Treasure Island

Elwin Mwangi

(1991 / Nairobi)

Enjoying the Moonlight with the goddess of Nature


You saw I deserved to be loved; in my heart you shed light.
You saw I deserved to be comforted; you made my night bright.
You saw I deserved an embrace; and you let me hold you tight.
You saw I deserved to see your smile; you enhanced my sight.
You saw I deserved the breeze of nature; you gave me the moonlight.
Now as we stand out here enjoying the light; can I call you the goddess of my tonight?
Now as we stand here touching each others hearts; can you be my eternal love site?
It can never be hard before you have reconsidered your side.
They have never experienced your might; but i have chosen to go with you to heights.
Because I know you power.

Submitted: Monday, May 27, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013
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