Treasure Island

ckim mbasa


I Look Forward To Seeing You.


I left by the time you never expected,
Coz it happened by the time I didn’t expect it too,
I just went with all my desires of coming back.

I’ll be back if all means to,
I’ll sip it all till I empty the bottle,
Sorry is your food store when I come,

Secure a room for me when winter comes,
For this winter I’ll be with you so buy:

Clothing;
2 pr. Silk long underwear for it breathes well and dries quickly,
3 pr. Heavy wool socks,
2 pr. Wool pants not blue jeans,
Only one heavy wool sweater for me,
And a water proof hat!

For my food please buy;
Crackers,
Macaroni,
Peanut butter,
Honey,
Garlic salt and pepper,
Chocolate,
Powdered cheese,
Beef jerky,
Tinned meat,
Tuna,
Tang and coffee,
For I promise to come!

Submitted: Thursday, August 01, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013
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