Treasure Island

Stephanie Sanchez

(October 13,1991 / Caifornia)

Fary Tale Ending


It started out like a fairy tale
You were my prince
And I was your princess
That’s exactly how you treated me
Everything was perfect
Until now
What about the fairy tale ending?
Where you become my King
And I would be your Queen
Now my fairy tale is gone
No more dreams
Or hopes
Because you’re gone
So, what about my fairy tale ending you ask?
It’s gone
The day we weren’t “us” anymore
So let me tell you this
I don’t believe in fairy tales anymore

Submitted: Friday, October 27, 2006
Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010

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