Treasure Island

Nicholas Nikolov

(April.6,1988 / Toronto)

Disallowing To Destroy

The distance between
us is enormous, though an end unseen
or fathomed - it is simply dust
in the wind - all of the doubters must
seize and knowing we'll never separate,
so all of them, should be more considerate.
Happily, the suffering will continue to vanish
day by day as our relationship in which we cherish
one another with a unimaginable
passion of our connected souls will never disappear. Desirable,
be thee, yet you honestly reject
all whom want you - as our hearts' love protect
you every second of each day; I look at our snapshots
of the genuine love written upon our faces lots
as these frozen memories become
fantasies; grand moments will forth come
in both the near future and beyond.

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 09, 2014
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Written for my then-girlfriend.

Toronto, Sept.3,2010

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