Treasure Island

LOUIS SHEFFIELD

(12/11/1986 / NEWARK)

Look at the heart not the body.


We need to look at the heart of a woman not the body of a woman. As men we look at the body and think about sex. it is not right. we shouldn't look at a women because she have a sexy body and want to hit it. women have feeling to. we shouldn't treat women as sexy toys. we should love a woman because her heart is good. let's treat women with respect and love her for the right reasons, not for our own satifaction. look at the heart of a woman and see how her heart is. let us men stop being hoes and start treating woman right. so remember look at the heart of a woman not the body of a woman.

by louis sheffield aka Panda BEAR.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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