Treasure Island

Lindemberg Pereira da Silva

(04/03/1985 / Brazil)

'A History Of Love'


Sitted at the bar,
We're drinking
Looking each other -
That's makes me think
How each minute
By your side
It's so worth.
We're into one little place,
But our world
It's so small....
That even the world
It's so small
For our Love.
Just two little hearts
And one soul
And one history
- A History of Love.
Maybe someone will tell
What we live
What we don't live
What we suffer
What we achieve
And it doesn't matter
Where we wronged
Where we failed
But how we win
How we pass through
And the prize
That we got.
And we write...
not in the stars,
But inside our hearts,
The steps will stay
In our souls
And someday,
perhaps someone will write
The history that
we left
In each page,
In each eyes,
In each word,
In each gesture
even without a little bit word,
In each kiss,
In each letter,
In each song,
or even
In each movie....
In each deeply Night of Love
of two persons
whom will make worth
the word - Love.
We're sitting at the bar
We're making it last forever
Together....
'In just a little drinking
So great Love! '

Submitted: Monday, October 12, 2009

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  • Monica O'Connor (3/8/2010 6:24:00 PM)

    i like this, its an easy read that flows well. your use of repitition makes it that much better. (Report) Reply

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    Wonderful, it just sounds really nice when you read it to yourself and I really enjoyed reading it. (Report) Reply

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