Treasure Island

Cain Lopeck


A Twisted Friendship


Bringing happiness every now and then
It's something I refer to as a friend
It truly has more than one name
But its figures name will always stay the same

Something I can look to when I'm not in the best mood
Something that diminishes a hunger that is not for food
Something that wont leave without permission
Something that was physically given

My little helper when I've fallen too far
It remains hidden away in the cutest little jar
My strangely helpful thinker
Its my ships best anchor

I am glad I it though
And without it I'd be entirely hollow
I am ecstatic that it's mine
My little liar to tell the world I am fine.

Submitted: Friday, July 12, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013
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