Treasure Island

Clarence Williams

(May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

When i allow my issue too go love! ! ! !


When I allowed  my issue to go for the sake of love! ! ! ! !
(love was right around the corner! ! !)


His heart I heard! His heart  I felt! ! ! ! ! ! and it touched me mentally! ! ! But physically  I became very relaxed in my spirit! ! ! comfortable yes! ! ! became an understatement in witch he made me feel like it was about me! ! ! ! I had  developed all excess pass, plus the key! ! ! to his city, his heart, know his world! ! ! And Constancy never been broken! ! ! ! I  I understood him, we understood each other! ! His heart I heard was words but his action! ! moved  thee unmovable, the stubborn person in me! ! ! ! !  
When I allowed  my issue to go for the sake of love! ! ! ! !
(love was right around the corner! ! !) and I'm glad didn't allow it to pass me by

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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