Treasure Island

Colin Coplin


Love Or A Movie

These days move so fast
You blink and another has past
You end up a slave, with a foot in the grave
Looking for love, or living a movie
Looking for love, or living a movie

My dear Shakespeare how could you know
That without her I would be so
You were always so wise, though I could see
You were looking for love, while writing your movie

I’ve got nothing to do, my diary is free
I’m ready to meet you around half past three
In the evening we can walk on the waves by the sea
Watch the sunrise, make love, or take in a movie

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Edited: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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