Treasure Island

Stephanie D'Souza


Communicate to say what you Feel.....


To say whta you feel seems sometimes hard,
But i think thats a way to a good start....

Communication needs practice,
To putforth what you think,
To lend a listening Ear
And not jsut listen to what you Hear....

Communication is never a one way street,
It takes two souls to conquer the defeat....

Expressing your thoughts is hard you see,
But in the end its only Victory....

To say whay you feel & to feel what you hear,
is teh key to keep realations knitted near....

So speak whats within & whats on your mind,
For when you are partners, in life theres nothing to hide....

Submitted: Friday, October 26, 2012

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