Treasure Island

megan MLJ

(June 25 / NC)

light fire


the light of the fire
it shines and sparks
it gains and it shares the amazing glory
the glory that exists only
to share and show

that glory that only exists
between two people
that light it only exists
between two people
and yet only they don't understand it

that glory that exists
is only there because
the two people, the two friends
do not understand its power
they keep it safe and sound
within their soul

the fire it shines and sparkes
it is power and hatred all around the world
it is the light of the fire
and only the friendship between those two best friends
can subdue it and handle it.

Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 05, 2011
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