Treasure Island

jen adams


Heaven & Hell

From heaven up above,
From hell down below,
you remembered every
thing, that we said

inside our hearts,
you staired in my eyes,
and said theres a
shooting star.

From heaven up above,
From hell down below,
I miss you, can you even
remember me in this world,

if.I was a feather, you would
catch me and say, you are a rare light,
of the sun you are my friend,
that can not be touched.

From heaven up above,
From hell down below,
you said.I was more then
what you are,

im not a friend. I am your
feather, i am a light, thats
in your eyes, that makes your
shooting stars, in your heart.

From heaven up above,
From hell down below,
you will always be in my
heart, no matter where we go,

we will always be daylight,
at sunrise in the morning,
but here we go,
we are driffting apart.

im going to heaven,
and your going to hell,
dont forget
Ill always be
your angel.

Submitted: Saturday, January 25, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 25, 2014

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I wrote this poem because I saw it in my dream everything on here was like a dream that I could never erase out of my head :)

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  • V P Mahur (3/5/2014 12:40:00 PM)

    dear Jen
    Felings of love are sweet and wish to be with the one we love.
    I invite you to come and visit my poems and give your valuable ideas of them. (Report) Reply

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