Treasure Island

yolandey breedt

(1987/05/04 / south africa)

A hearts song


In the silence of the night
Were the sky is lit up by the magical moon light
I listen to the music were heart and mind play to the same beat
It is there in my own world were you I meet

Longing just for one last passionate kiss
This seems to be my hearts lifetime wish
Missing that soft gently loving touch
With feelings that mean so much

Than warmly you pull me near
Whispering softly you tell me no longer I need to fear
As the love we share is completely true
And my life will never be without you

Gently your lips lock with mine
And our hearts and souls entwine
Were we make that life time promise to be
In the world of only you and me.

Submitted: Friday, June 07, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 07, 2013
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me being inlove with a great man

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