Treasure Island

Yvette Marina Nario

(11/16 / NEW YORK, NEW YORK)

If only...


If only...
If only there were
Two Hearts
In
ONE
What life would be...(Make peace and not war)
If only there were
Two consistent
Light
of
Day
What the earth would seem...(Green all throughout the way)
If only there were
Two who can
Fold
Into
One
How quickly
Things
Can
Be
Done...(We would see Brighter days filled with the companion of the other)
If only there were
Two
Lives
Given to
ONE
How everything would
Be
Corrected and
Made
Purely Fun
If only....
If only there were
No
Misery
How people would be
Changed and made of
Electrifying Energy...
(Things would be fine if we can make it SHINE)
If only people had
No lips...
How smiles would
Stand out
With teeth
Symbolizing
The
Freedom
To
Taste
The Sweetness
and
Spice that
Life
Creates...
If only we can
Whisper softly
In our
Own
Ears...
How we can
REMIND
our
SELF
To actually
STOP
And make
TIME
Stand
Still...
(Time ticks...tickity tock....how death slowly knock until u give it the key to unlock...)

Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, November 05, 2013

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