Treasure Island

Samael Yugalin Emrys

(13-04-1991)

I too have a Part so as You (a Bird's Expectations)


Seems to be a strange
all I see is the same with
difference not as seen before,
may not known him but he knows well.

Gone unnoticed upon his will,
unaware of happenings after him.
far I go, seems nothing but him,
intended to be away but not, as
I live no where but with him.

May it be small to my view
as it, not so at beyond.
may he one day look upon me
All I know he loves me as his
But why did made me an end?
ended me, without a saying! .

Not your to decide to be yours
I am a part too! . Am I?

Submitted: Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 21, 2012
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