Treasure Island

Kathlyn Grace

(November 12th,1993 / New Jersey)

Feels like we're over. But you should tell me again.


Remeber when we laughed
and let all our problems die
I remember those times
where I could call
sadder then sad
and lower then low
and you would make me smile all the same

I remember the nights
where it was constant vibrations
of cellular phones
and I remember the hours I spent
looking through texts
just to remember what you said hours before

I remember those times
and I reminse in those moments
but I feel like we're over
but I could be wrong
so you should tell me again

Submitted: Wednesday, December 02, 2009
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