Treasure Island

Danny The Dreamer Boyd


Curtains Close ' When We Say Goodbye, If We Said Goodbye '


Curtains Open.

The Scene: A Guy Lying In The Shadows.

‘Sigh' Looking in the mirror, 'What a mess! '
‘Sigh' Filled with terror, from the feelings he keeps to regress.
Having trouble breathing, there is no air;
Forsaken by only his soul, and it's the cross he has to bear.

So he screamed, 'I must get out of this hell, I must break the spell! '

And he said:
'I'll Spread my wings, and I'll soar above the sky:
But every mile I fly away, my heart starts to die!
It only kills me more, When We Say Goodbye;
It only kills me more, If We Said Goodbye.'

The Scene: A Girl Lying In The Meadows.

'‘Sigh' There is something missing, maybe a bless?
‘Sigh' But how come when the evergreen surrounds me? Oh yes it does!
Yet when all the air is around me, I still can't breathe;
When happiness is in front of me, melancholy still continues to seethe.

So she screamed, 'I must get out of this hell, I still have a destiny to fulfill! '

And she said:
'I'll spread my wings, and I'll reach the highest high:
But every mile I fly away, my eyes start to cry!
It only kills me more, When We Say Goodbye;
It only kills me more, If We Said Goodbye.'

The Scene: Deep Down Somewhere.

‘Tick Tock Tick Tock' A heart slowly beats,
‘Tick Tock Tick Tock' A cloud ragingly sleets,
‘Tick Tock Tick Tock' Feelings start to excess,
‘Tick Tock Tick Tock' Of the one they can't stop to miss.

He spread his wings, and his soul started to die:
Sounds as if he to himself, finally said Goodbye!
And she spread her wings, and towards her end began to fly:
When her end is just the beginning, have they not said Goodbye!

The Scene: A Place Down Memory Lane.

With arms wide open, 'I'm sorry for what I've done,
Thinking I'm gaining the world, yet I've gained none;
Sought the sunshine other where, and left where shines the sun!
If only I could press ‘Replay', far from you, I would've never run.'

Stunned! she hugged him, after dropping a tear,
'My prayers were answered, and finally you're here;
I wish you had seen me, after you were gone,
You say I'm your sun, yet was dimmed without her one! '

And then, slowly, they started to kiss;
Reminiscing all the old times, catching up on what they've missed.
A precious pearl they sought together, and together they did possess;
The whole world's blessings, paled in comparison with this bless.

They spread their wings, knowing the reason why:
Leaving everything behind, for life, love to imply.
It only kills so much, When They Say Goodbye!
It only kills so much, If They Said Goodbye!

They spread their wings, when no more, love, they could deny;
Destination: With each other, somewhere far above the sky.
It would've only killed, If They Said Goodbye!
Goodbye, They Said Before, But Was It Really Goodbye?

Curtains Close.

Submitted: Friday, March 09, 2012
Edited: Friday, February 28, 2014

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