Treasure Island

olagunju samuel


Mere wishes


At d time of spitting, doing ma studies. A thought from ma view brought about dis inscription. A thought from ma view, brought to me a wish. All it did at d onset was admiration but all admired transcended into appreciation.wishd i could giv birth to all i had within me at d same moment i took in. Wishes of me looking at thee in the air with thy beautiful smiles after being srang into the empty space by ma hidden undiscovered energy and back into the bossom of whom desired and wantd you just at this point a remembrance of ma nid to get back after being engolfed ran tru ma mind.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2014

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Dedicated to tosin a part 2 medical rehabilitation student at the obafemi awolowo university. whom neva had the chance of knowing me. Just a secret admirer

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