Treasure Island

Nickey Mason

(June 21st,1994 / Jackson, Mississippi)

I will marry you


i always told myself that
i would never get married
becuz my mama never did and
i kinda figured that i wouldnt either.

but when you said you wanted to marry me,
i was kinda shocked because like i knew
that you were serious but not that type of serious
because my relationships dont last a lifetime.

i nevered even pictured myself getting married.
its like alot of smoke was hiding my cloud nine.
but you cleared it for me.
now i can see that cloud, its clear now.

i can see myself walking down that isle holding
my daddy hand waiting to approach you.
you pull my vale over my head and tell me
i look beautiful. you look into my eyes and smile.

you take my hand (the leftie)
put the ring on it (silver)
and kiss the bride (me)
do you feel lucky?

yeah, you probably do
you are gonna marry the perfect girl for you.
and just imagine what the honeymoon is going to be like.
i love you so much! !

And yes, i will marry you.

-La'Veranique
*aka* dat girl nickey

Submitted: Monday, May 11, 2009

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