Treasure Island

Thabang kgwatalala


...Is Just A Fantasy


Deep down inside, I can speak with words full of beauty, honour and respect, just to convince my self that you are the one.
I can express how I feel about you, just to imagine the flames of your heart, my fear.
I can close my eyes, just to dream you on my shoulder.

I can see your smile on my picture wall, the expression of laughter, just to convince my self that you are mine.
I can have you all over me, kissing till your heart stop pounding like a thunder when you feel my comfort, just to picture the joy we can have.

But suddenly, at the end of the day all that was a dream and you are just a friend to me.

Submitted: Saturday, June 22, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 22, 2013

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