Treasure Island

tiffany fawcett

(not yet / St. Joesopehs Hospital)

I believe.


I believe in the strength within my family
The bond between each person
The personality in our souls
The love in our hearts
The willpower to be one with family, friends, people
But I also believe in the one that is alone
I believe in the one that can survive without love, strength, bond,
and personality of another
I believe in the fact that that one is independent
I believe in the loner in all of us, that just wants solitude
and I believe in the belief that one can be one all and all can be one.

Submitted: Monday, March 30, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, April 15, 2009
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  • Tiffany Fawcett (6/9/2009 12:29:00 AM)

    Sorry made a mistake and I'm kinda OCD about that stuff. Its supposed to be 'And I believe in the belief that One can all, and all can be one.' Sorry. (Report) Reply

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