Treasure Island

Mark Simpson


Just jump


Just lend me your mouth and I'll kiss you my vision
Offer your hand, I'll give you what you deserve to be given
Give chance the choice to unravel before us
Let something begin that was never foreseen thus
Don't hide away from that which was spoken
Your confusion leaves you sleeping never to be woken
Jump off this cliff edge wrap yourself in the sky
Wherever you need to have landed in the end is where you will lay
Get up dust yourself off and take a look around
Then try to tell me it wasn't worth, what you have now found.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

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