Treasure Island

george albot


My lobster


If you count the waves on the stormy sea
That’s how much you mean to me
So let the rocks, encase are hearts
To live together and never apart

But now as we fall, in to the ocean that is deep
Will you be mine now and forever to keep,
You can now dance with me and have eternal peace
As we sink to the bottom and start are feast

And then to fall deeper into the abyss below
And the ocean can absorbed all that we know
Its then will take are dreams and hopes
And build a life together, and start to float
XXX

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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