Treasure Island

tristan loveday


Good bye


Good bye, my lover
Good bye, my friend
You have been the one for me
It's time to say
‘All the times I
Have been with you,
You've been so great,
You've been a friend'
You've been my sister,
You are the only one
That I can always call mine'

Good bye, my waking up alarm
Good bye, you were the smile to my face
In joy, we laughed and played,
In sadness we cuddled and cried,
It's time to say
‘I love you with every tear,
With every smile that appears on my face
And with every breath I take'

Good bye, my beautiful dream
Good bye, my loving sister
I hope our memorise don't disappear
Like our dreams that we had together,
All I want to say is
‘Thank you for all you have done'

Submitted: Thursday, June 05, 2014
Edited: Thursday, June 05, 2014

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