Treasure Island

Aisha Alansari

(May 12th 1999 / Qatar)

You have no clue, How much I love you


You're my heart..My soul,
You raised me right,
You taught me what I needed to learn and made everything bright,
I love you so much,
sadly, words can't describe my feelings,
you have no clue, how much I love you.

Happy Birthday..
To the most wonderful person I know,
Even silently sitting with you is more fun than playing with snow.

Happy Birthday,
Happy Birthday,
with all my heart,
in my life you're the best part.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 10, 2012

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My bff needed a poem for her mum for her birthday so I wrote this for my bff Dana to give it to her mum..I'm like her sister we are very close so I know how much she loves her mum by the way she doesn't have a sister so she is specail to her mum before her brothers hhh

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