Treasure Island

chidiebere franklin

(09/09/1993 / NIGERIA)

LOVE AS ONE


Sleepin' in your arms
Feelin' safe from harm
Impatiently I wait for the day
That I don't have to see you go away
Years have come and gone
Yet our love has held on strong
The time has come
For us to finally be one
You are my true lover and best friend,
My soul mate and companion to the end
I hope to keep you happy
Never getting too serious or sappy
Your eyes that sparkle and shine,
That excites me knowing your love is mine
We both have hurt and cried
The love for each other never died
I promise with my heart to be true
Keeping my love, only giving it to you
From today forward, I promise this...
Our vows, our life as one, will be
Forever sealed with a kiss

Submitted: Thursday, March 11, 2010

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