Treasure Island

David Miao


Love Poems - Sunflower to the Sun


They tell me there are millions out there
Every one just as addicted to you as I
But I assure you your number one fan is here
For i follow your every move in the sky

If the highest form of flattery is imitation
Then there are none who can compare
For one does not need to have imagination
To see the similarities in appearance we share

When your brilliant rays shine upon me
You give me the confidence to bloom
And each time you disappear from thee
You fill me with the darkest gloom

Thus this I ask of you my brightest star
Forsake that daily period of night
And let us close this distance which seems so far
For being together just seems so right.

Submitted: Sunday, June 05, 2011
Edited: Sunday, June 05, 2011

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