Treasure Island

Martine Kolber

(02 October 1983 / Luxembourg)

Let someone else in


For some time now
You made me a day
Walker
You took me out of my
Dark and somber
Room to show me the
World in bloom

Wherever you saw it
You brought me there

For some time now
You taught me love
How to love and be in
Love
As I did not know
There was a difference

You kept telling
Those warm lies
I so loved to hear and in
Your arms
For some
Time only I felt finally
Loved
And fine with
Myself and my life

Though only for some
Time
And
Now it is time
For me to return under
Ground

Where at least
I know what it is
That hurts me so

I know a place
There
To hide until another
Time
Maybe
In my life I will
Dare to feel again
Dare to let someone
Else in

Finally dare to
Let someone else in

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Submitted: Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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