Treasure Island

Junior Sapien

(11/28/1996)

Jane Marie


The sweet scent of you
The wonderful feelings you do
Only here for hours at a time
Before the fall, comes the climb

I can flick you away
And rid myself of the pain
Because you don't solve my problems
You only leave me, feeling insane

But I crave you
That feeling you give
Euphoria and Happiness
I just want to relive

Here comes the Depression
And the sleepless nights
Oh, I'm calling out for you darling
Just be with me tonight

And I'll look for you again
That following day
Even with a clear mind
I can't get away

Here I am
Under a shaded tree
Hoping to get more of you
My Jane Marie

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013

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