Treasure Island

Derrick Parsee

(10-25-1974 / Houston)

Kid and the Sun


I look up in the sky and i see so many shapes and colors.
My life is what u see, but the colors are so dear to me
Kid talk- U make me smile everytime u shine
Sun-I want u to feel good and warm everytime
Kid talk-they say that u make people sick
Sun- only if u stand in my rays for a long time
Kid talk- Can i touch u
Sun- No my child cause I can burn u
Kid talk- When I look up at you your so bright, and beautiful
Sun- Thank u child I'm just doing what I suppose to do.
Kid talk- Last think why to we need u
Sun- U need me to make the crop grown and it will be dark and cold if I don't jump in
Kid talk- I see u and u see me and life is what it is and I love thee
Sun- I will always be around just look me up sometimes.

Submitted: Saturday, May 10, 2008
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