Treasure Island

Manonton Dalan

(virginia, usa)

Believe Me I Remember You


Trusting heart thirsting for love
Waiting for that warm hands and hug
With rejoicing face all smile; nice
Forever bonding mends bruises; scars
When separated, longing do reminds
Those calm, beautiful moments of life

Frosty has finally left kingdom of green
Bugs, butterflies, bees, beatles feasting
Pollen thick i get use to, no more itching
I dare my feet to, to touch newly cut grass
It tickles and makes me walk faster in phase
But later feelings blend to wonderful as kiss

Submitted: Saturday, May 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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