Treasure Island

Nickey Mason

(June 21st,1994 / Jackson, Mississippi)

A black rose


a black rose sees and tells it all.

how long are you gonna live
are you gonna find true love
where is life taking you
when are you gonna die

but most importantly,
a black rose sees
through your
relationship.

pick up a black rose just one
time and you'll be able to tell and
even visual whats going on in
your relationship.

black roses are very deep and meaningful.

black roses tell you like it is and not like a red rose
who only wants to show you passion and consideration.

listen to a black rose and it will make you
wanna pull out your hair because it tells you
the whole truthful story

but listen to a red rose and it will make you
happy by telling you only the good things
and keeping all of the secrets and lies away.

-La'Veranique
*aka*
dat girl nickey

Submitted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010
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