Treasure Island

Floy Devlin

(June 6th 1990 / Berlin, Germany)

Always & Thank You.

You said you’d always be there for me.
You said you’d always love me.
You said you’d always believe in me.
You said you’d always trust me.
You said you’d be by my side.
You said I could cry on your shoulder.
You always...... SAID.


Thank you for being there for me.
Thank you for loving me.
Thank you for believing in me.
Thank you for trusting me.
Thank you for being by my side. In good and bad times.
Thank you for letting me cry.
Thank you for everything.
But most of all thank you for letting me be ME.
Thank you for letting me show my colors.
Thank you for letting me just be myself. With out questions.
Or stares. Or taunts. Or words.
You let me be me.
Thank you.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2005
Edited: Thursday, December 15, 2005

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