Treasure Island

Ricardo Antunes

(02/11/1982 / Springfield, Massachusetts)

Echo Bounce


Echo Bounce
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An Artifice Of Day When Night
Of Light To Shine Upon The Dark
And In The Night There Is The Light
Of Life To Guide To Hope.
A Hope To Find A Mind In Like
For One Another And Oneself
And In A Life, A Guide So Bright
To Blind Ones' Eyes To See From Dark
To Dawn Of Light So Clear Of Mind
To Find One Home.
A Home In Heart Of Mind To Shine
A Beacon Bright When Night
With No Artifice Of Heart As Of Light
Of Way With You Some Day
Where Dark Is Light With You In Mind
Of Heart To Sound An Echo Bounce
Off Lover's Bound In Heart To Love.
So Hold My Hand In Hand With Yours
So Tight, So Close In Hand To Be
At One With You And Me In Love... In Love.

Submitted: Saturday, June 16, 2012
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