Treasure Island

Karen May Mamaril

(may 25,1993 / umingan pangasinan)


You're the reason why I smile
In spite of the problems that I face
I can go miles and miles
'Coz you make make my world a better place

I can't explain this feeling
It makes me feel like flying
I don't see anyone when I'm with you
And I just want the time last forever through

You're the reason why I believe in love
The reason why I ask miracle from up above
You're the reason why I believe in fantasy
Instead of living in reality

And you're also the reason why I cry
Everytime I think that somebody owns you
Even how hard I try
I know I want have you

You're the one who give me this feeling
The one who completed my being
Because of you, there's something I've realized
I learn to love, to hurt and to sacrifice

Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2008
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  • Leinad Yancm (4/16/2008 12:26:00 AM)

    very good. read hall of obscurity, and his other two poems, everone is talking about them. (Report) Reply

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