Treasure Island

Roann Mendriq


Falling falling


I've fallen once, I've fallen twice,
I think I just might fall again;
That falling feeling is so nice;
inspite of all the heartfelt pain.

When I first fell, I fell so fast,
Headlong into my first flight;
Because I knew, that it would last,
I felt with all my soul and might.

And when I fell, the tears fell too,
Bandaid did not help at all;
So, what on earth was I to do?
I picked myself up from my fall.

But now I'm falling like the rain,
How nice to fall for him again!

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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