Treasure Island

Shania K. Younce

(4-18-1996 / I can´t remember.)

'Abandonner'


As I forget.
As you do remember.
As we've been prone to forget.
As we do so love one another.
As we do marrie.
As we have loved.
As we have touched.
As we do kiss.
As we know love.
As we understand the word abandonner.
As we were upon our birth and end.

Submitted: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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The word abandonner is french. The title translation of Abandonner: to abandon, to forsake, to give over, to give one self up, to give way, to trust to, to indulge in, and to throw off all constraint. Please comment at will and with hoensty.

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