Treasure Island

Walter Krijthe

(September 2nd,1966 / Groningen, The Netherlands)

A pretty butterfly


I found a pretty butterfly
Who’s made my life worth wile
At first she was a little shy
But pretty soon she answered my
sweet nothing's with a smile

As time passed by a strong love grew
A feeling never known
The butterflies I never knew
Inside my tummy wild they flew
And ever since have flown

Now in my mind she always stays
To her belongs my heart
Her love shines on with golden rays
In all my nights and all my days
And never will we part

Submitted: Saturday, April 16, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, January 30, 2007

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