Treasure Island

Mandy Author2


Hey You (Turn Around)


Don't turn too fast give me time,
To hide the feelings I don't want you to see,
To hide the thoughts that no one hears,
Don't turn too slowly I don't want to let go,
Look at me and what do u see? ,
Do you see me or do you look right through me? ,
Do you see the longing and the sadness? ,
Do you see the changing emotions? ,
The annoyance, the smiles, the laughter, the tears? ,
The fears, the hopes, and dreams? ,

Listen to me and what do you hear? ,
Do you hear the hesitation, the reluctance?
The care, the protectiveness? ,
Do you hear what I'm not saying? ,
Do you hear my heart race? ,
Do you hear the silent 'I love you'?

Submitted: Tuesday, December 01, 2009

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