Treasure Island

Aisha Love

(5-25-93 / Baltimore)

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Guardian Angel


When I'm gone
please don't cry.
Release your tears now
so I'll have wings to fly.
Tell the weeping willow to no longer
weep for there is no need.
Tell the sky to open its clouds
for my soul is ready to be free.
Free from mind, body, and heart
for these things have all grown apart.
If a tear does fall and you feel weird
have no fear because my soul is near.
The clouds have opened and
my soul is ready to leave.
At night wish upon a star with a silent prayer
and my soul will find your heart.

Submitted: Saturday, April 19, 2008
Edited: Thursday, October 06, 2011

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