Treasure Island

Corey Campbell


JOURNEY BEGAN


Tis a new season
and new a chapter
cause after the marriage
its the morning after.

GOD has done a lot
within in my life.
I've made some mistakes
in choosing a wife.

But time goes on
and seasons do change.
For nothing in this world
will remain the same.

We met without knowing
that our paths may cross.
God mixed the seasonings
into making this sauce.

A pinch of care
so we won't get sick
poured in forgiving and love
to make our sauce thick.

And now our journey
will be placed over heat
Going thru the fire
of marriage is so sweet.

The heat has caused
God's seasonings to blend
Becoming as one
The journey began....

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Submitted: Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Edited: Friday, February 25, 2011
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