Treasure Island

tyler eisner


AKA


Have you ever spent a month
Where there was not a single moment
When a person was not on your mind
And the great thing is,
You know that you are always on their mind
Too.
This person means more to you
Than anything in the world
But you fear expressing it
Because it’s only been one
Month.
How do you say you love someone
When it isn’t enough to show them
how much you care?
Every song has them written into it
Every movie is a memory together
Try another language… its close but still not enough
How do you show that?
How do I tell
Her,
I
Love
Everything: AKA Her

Submitted: Monday, May 12, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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