Treasure Island

Oussama samouna

(09/09/1991 / Algeria)

******God, save me! ! !


I trust myself
I know i can reach out my dreams
I trust my parents
I know how much they care and love me
I trust my friends
I know what they can do for me
I trust the night
I know the stars that shine
I trust the moon
I know its inspiration remains forever
I trust the wind
I know its winding ways
I trust the sky
I know its wonderful days
I trust the sun
I know its rising light
I trust the things I love
God, I know that all that trust may
disappoint and betray me one day.

But, only your trust save me.


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Submitted: Saturday, May 02, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, June 02, 2010

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