Treasure Island

Fatima ... Shahzad

(16 august 1994)

I wanna say


there's so much left 2 say
wish dere was sumway
to tell u how gud u were
wishin u were my friend for ever...

I WANNA WRITE
WAT MY HEART WANTS TO SHOUT
I WANNA SPEAK
WAT MY MIND SCARES TO WHISPER

its so wierd, i can't describe
u changed me , u have changed my life

Love is nice i was made to believe
u made me realise , its nthin but a disease

its so addictive wish i never fell
for sumthin tht made u feel...ill and unwell

we can't talk...let alone meet
ur face....i cant even dare to see

its ohkay...fr u to hate! ! !
WELL... dis is suppose....to be my fate! !

nd i end this poem.....
hopin tht my eye...
cud get just one glance of u! !
Before....i DIE! ! ! : (

Submitted: Friday, April 10, 2009

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