Treasure Island

Kiracakes09 ...

(7/26/85 / Queens, New York)

2008/05 The Almost Love Affair


phone calls
I called you and you wanted to see me
talk to me
make me laugh
feed me
teach me
touch me
lean on me
entangle me
touch me
look at me
make me rest
hold me
be next to me
exist with me
take care of me
flirt with me
say bye to me
not contact me
phone calls
I hear your sweet voice, its sexy
its a sexy prelude
the prelude is sexy but theres no song
its driving me crazy
no phone calls
its driving me crazy too

(5-14-08) 9 p.m.

Submitted: Thursday, May 15, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, November 04, 2008

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