Treasure Island

Mark Heathcote

(22/03/66 / Manchester)

For What Was Meant To Be For The Rest Of Time


So we’re soul mates
But what happens when
We behave like primates
And throw out our toys
From this outgrown old playpen…

Will we forget where?
And how it all began…
With a kiss in the moonlight
Will we forget that once upon a time?
I was yours and you were mine.

Will we ever remember?
How the world stopped spinning
On its axis like a dancer
When there heals leapt off the ground.

Will we ever remember?
Those dizzy feelings
Will we ever remember?
When; our hearts wings are clipped.

How we kissed, how we once kissed.
How we were soul mates
Who didn’t behave like primates?
Will we ever forget that once upon a time?
I was yours and you were mine.

Will we ever remember?
That once upon a time
We were soul mates
For what was meant to be for the rest of time.

Submitted: Thursday, December 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 13, 2013

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