Treasure Island

venkatesh bang


I think i am a bit possesive


I know these guys from my childhood

To me they have always been good.

We have sat together in all the bowers of a school

To think they’ll be with me till the end

Is an act of a fool?

I never wanted our friendship to be torn

And make these guys people of the bygone.

I always want them to be tether in my friends circle.

I want them to be with me till I get my freckles.

In my life they have been in my circle of peers

And they about me from my love to my childhood fears.

With other people I don’t want them to mingle,

Then I would become single.

In my life they have never been aggressive

But towards them I think I have been a it possessive.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, August 04, 2009

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