Treasure Island

RieKairu Calo

(march 8,1995 / Philippines)

Knowing You♥


Knowing you is more than a magic with one glimpse
it's an absorption of myself into you
& wanting myself to enter the world of fantasy, forever
you are my escape route in sadness
& how mystical would it be when our hearts assemble & turns into lovers
In the middle of the night,
I can't help myself to think of you
& what would be the chemistry of our soul
knowing you is like a poem
who speech my feeling for you
a dazzling fireflies
who give charms for every beat of my heart which is dedicated for you
and knowing you is love
who crawls every side of myself and
hoping you will cuddle what i feel
& hit my realistic fanstasy

Submitted: Tuesday, December 08, 2009

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  • Kevin Carney (9/3/2010 12:04:00 AM)

    Great choice of words that floe gracefully.Wonderful write, that kept me wanting to read more and more. Thank you so much for sharing. (Report) Reply

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