Treasure Island

sabrina seriva

(1996 / oklahoma)

James


he is so wonderful
he is my world
i hope it doesnt turn out dreadful

just like the rest
i used to be broken inside
but know hes made it the best

his name is james
as mine is sabrina
he doesnt come from rich and fames

hes just a normal emo boy
in love with this normall emo girl
he fills my black heart with joy

making it slowly turn back red
when he tells me he loves me
those words so wonderfully said

and so im just an emo girl
who has found true love
with a guy who completes my world.

Submitted: Thursday, March 17, 2011
Edited: Thursday, March 17, 2011

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