Treasure Island

Sykolodyne Syko


Lopez in Katana.


He entertains
At first; she thought it was a lie
Sweet relationship he wants to maintain
For years; Curiosity makes her never reply He cares
But she fears
He asserts she's the only one who'll repairs
All ruckus he had faced in the past affairs
Soaring into the net
He found his heart-like love birds in there nest
Now tell me, what next?
Three years gone; he fantasize on laying on her chest
Presently her eyes are now open
Lopez' heart what's Katana's heart entwining often
He entertains
At last, she knows the truth
He'll cos no brute
He'll bring forth sweet fruit
To entertain
Mind blowing like hurricane
The rAin that showers on better leaves
The same rain falls on sugar cane
The love Lopez find
The same love Katana found.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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Inspired by them two....(K@ n Lopez)

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