Treasure Island

Cassidy Hartwig

(12-06-1999 / Lakeland, Florida)

Light of Day


The sunset is fading into the mountain as I look into the eyes of my forever lover.

My heart is in a fray. I don’t want to leave any words unspoken. I don’t want to let him know that I must leave and never return. I can’t let him know I must break his heart, in order for us to be free.

I hear the rushing water and my father’s sharp cry for me to come. I know it is too late now for my love. I looked to my weeping heart for help.

The sunset is fading and turning into the night. I shed tears knowing the blissful feeling of our love is over. My lover please I beg you to never leave me. To never forgot me as the time goes by. Please never forget my love for you or our happiest moments together.

Goodbye. I never meant to hurt you.

Submitted: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 22, 2013
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