Treasure Island

Okunuga Olanreywaju

Dream Along Imagination

it happen like a dream
When i try to forget you
I think on how too do it
Suddenly you came too me
Again and said too me
You are sorry
I can't believe you come
Back but it happen like that
We talk about love
I feel realive in my hearth
That you are mine
Inside me i am gland
That i finally have you
I am proud that you are mine
I hold your hand and
I feel your temperature
It was cull like a dove
You place your hand in my
Hearth and i feel relax
That you are mine
Suddenlly i can find you
Anymore, i look at both
Left and right, up and down
But you are nowhere
Too be found
It was then i remember
That it's just imagination
I have too forget
Yesterday and face
Today and look up
To the future

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

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