Kenny Titus

Rookie (March 11 '93 / Orlando)

Our Hearts will be Forever United(A poem about me and Edward) ...


The ocean parts us away
I wonder all this day to sway...
How can we stay in touch forever
Then I thought our hearts are so clever...

Then, a thought came in my mind,
Our hearts will be forever united
Which makes me feel so exited...

But I still miss you so much as its natural
I wish for something to work supernatural...
Which could blow away this feeling
And give my heart some rest for heeling...

Then, again I thought,
Our hearts will be forver united
And this makes me feel so exited...

As the wind blows through the grassy lands
I imagine us holding each other's hands...
I still think why can't Kenny and Edward be together
When the people creating conflicts can gather...

Then again the thought arrived,
Our hearts will be forever united
And this makes me feel so exited...

Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010
Edited: Friday, January 29, 2010

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