Treasure Island

Dorian Petersen Potter


Poetic Dreams (Serpentine)


Sing me a love song one that you can sing.
Love me with all your heart for mine is full of love.
Bring me some dreams and with me hopes we can bring.
Hold my hand because yours forever I want to hold.
Live and don't be afraid, so love, laugh and let's live.
Come together with me in the spirit of love, just come!
Love comes from God and with Him we can learn how to love.
Change your mentality and many things in your life will change.
Help you God can, so other people in need you can also help.
Pray for peace and love in the whole world, yes please pray!
Thinking of you makes me wonder if you are now of me just thinking.
Life is like a play, and we're the actors, such is life.
Gamble your life away is foolish, so you're better off not to gamble.
Easy nothing comes in life, it takes practice and more for something to get easy
Look beyond the mirror and deep inside your soul, I dare you, take a look!
'Told you so' but you didn't believed what you were being told.
Love is always better than hate, so let's spread everywhere God's seeds of true love.

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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