Treasure Island

Thabang kgwatalala


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She came to me as a lost princess.Her knocking on my door was like the pounding of a long hurted heart.I opened my arms so warmly to let her in as she gave me the key to her heart.She calls me 'her star in the dark', as I call her 'my heart taker'.

We live life to its greatest.Even though we sometimes misunderstand each other and fight as if we don't have care and love for each other.I promice as I once did before that I will never leave her side, 'cause I never loved her to leave but to live with her.

Written Special For The Special Angel, I Wish She Knew How Much Love I Have Special For Her.

Submitted: Sunday, August 03, 2014

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