Treasure Island

Flencirose Basera


Closed Circle!


A question pops up!
How do I fit in?
Do I change myself?
What do I do to that which cannot change?
Can you not accept me as I am?
If I speak out I am causing trouble!
If I keep quite I am sulking!
Why do you expect such of me?
For just one day do try to be me.
To feel what I feel!
To understand my reaction thus!

19/11/10 (Fifi)

Submitted: Thursday, February 03, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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  • majid Alsaady (2/3/2011 9:17:00 PM)

    always asking question that non can answer! ! mysterious questions urge mysterious
    responses / i can feel your pain and the never ending need for somewhat answer
    may stop the gnawing fire inside your tortured soul. dear port thanks for all. in time
    I hope i ll read more of your works, (Report) Reply

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