Treasure Island

Albert Martin


Lonesome Three


Friendless stranger
You’ve been
Today in that moor that you never roamed
Your only friend
Is a sweet and handsome lady
Hitchhiking out on the road
With the love that she gives you
There’s no need for to seek new blood

Lonely sad eyed downtown girl
Stopped beside a highway that you never roamed
As pretty as the most coveted shining pearl
How long since you left home?

Take me far away from here
Good reputed and lonesome pilot
Being you who drives I feel no fear
I know you’ve driven
I know you’ve been flying
A lot
The landscapes that I see
As you are flying me
Aren’t able to be built in my thoughts

Submitted: Saturday, May 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 16, 2013

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