Treasure Island

Lyndsay Thomas

(October 2,1993 / Virginia, USA)

I Let Go


She saw the light and smiled again
She let go of the past that was causing the pain
It didn't take no time for a new guy to come along
Then he said the 3 words before long
Call her crazy, but she said them back
Her heart was done with the broken track
She closed the chapter and burned the book
Started a new page, and he got her hooked

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

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  • Ed Nigma (7/21/2014 2:35:00 AM)

    I really liked these lines. She closed the chapter and burned the book Started a new page, and he got her hooked

    Says it all really just in those few. You moved on from the past and looking forward found another that was great starting a new story for yourself and his as well. The line he got her hooked speaks volumes cause it is like referring to a drug or an addiction but a good one a positive addiction for ones soul. A nice little piece Lindsey good job =) (Report) Reply

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