Treasure Island

george albot


Last one, maybe or maybe not?


I don’t know why I am writing this to you when I know it’s not going to make
Any sense, this time but then again it never does
All that I know is I don’t want anybody to be blamed
For what has happened between us,

So send me a text please on Monday
Or when ever
And say yes one day you can kiss
Every inch of me again,
Or let try to be just friends
I’ll take ether
XXX
I will always, need something from you
Be it as a lover or a friend
I will never be able to completely
Let you go
Sorry

.

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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