Treasure Island

Maisea Hodgkin


Lovely, Lovely


Lovely lovely,
colored in black,
Lovely lovely,
On its way back,
Lovely lovely,
Finding its snack,
Lovely lovely;
With its pack,
The lovely lovely,
The irony of its name,
The fear it puts,
Is but nothing to its looks,
Lovely lovely,
Colored in black......

Submitted: Friday, January 13, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 14, 2012

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  • Serah Serahkal (3/13/2012 8:59:00 AM)

    Hi,
    am Miss Serah, i saw your profile today, on this www.poemhunter.com when i was browsing looking for friendship and i became interested, in having a good relationship with you.and i would like to know more about you. It will be a pleasure to read from you, if you wouldn't mind, love has nothing to do with colour, language, race and distance, what do you think and feel about love and to be loved? you can reach me on my id, (serahplaza98@yahoo.com) so that we will know what the future holds for us, and also we are going to be happily together, I want you to know that real love cares and cures wounds,
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