Treasure Island

Sharron Stephenson


A Bike Leads To Love


to ride a bike,
to drive a car,
sled down the hill,

loosen the thrutle,
around the bend and hit a tree,

is like how the mind goes,
when in a spin with love,

a guy with looks,
and sense,
a friend so true,
a man you can trust,
with the heart of life,
a person with the grace,
and honsty,

a friend who? ,
can keep a secret,
with the pride of love,

a man who? will help,
when a friend is in need,
the man of womens dreams,
i wish that man could be mine,
a cuddle a smile or a touch a kiss,
so tender,
the perfect romance copytwrite@ inspired by robbie

Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 19, 2011

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