Treasure Island

sandy kulchyski

(jan 24 1992 / Kelowna)

Heart and Soul


Heart as black as night,
And a soul filled such bitter
sweet dreams.

No one dares to come
near.
No one never trys to come
near anymore.

This heart will always be
dark,
and this soul will always
dream a life of darkness
and it will always hate.

What remains a mistry
is how these two became
so filled with hate and
sadness.

These two will never feel
love or hope again.
Their life of happiness
and joy are disapearing
into their darkness.

Will they ever live a life
they once lived?
Who knows.....

Submitted: Saturday, July 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, July 16, 2011

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  • Tiku . (7/23/2011 9:25:00 PM)

    the lines are beautiful.flow and wording is nice.loved it. (Report) Reply

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