Treasure Island

juggalette Tiffany ann


hope! (5/8/2005)


i hope that you well get by.
i hope that you well love me.
i hope that you and i are happy.
i hope that the day well come when we meet again.
i hope that you like what you see.
i hope that you well love me.
i hope that you and i will always be happy.
i hope that i well not make you cry.
i hope we will last for life.
i hope that love is what we will see in one other.
i hope that you wll never leave me.
i hope
i hope
i hope this well come true.
i hope, i hope,
i can only hope.

Submitted: Thursday, April 08, 2010
Edited: Thursday, April 08, 2010

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