neil derek singleton

Rookie (21/06/1990 / Never Mind)

Moonlight river.


moonlight river the eyes are shineing bright.
moonlight river love her with all you might.
moonlight river the darkness is falling.
moonligh river is there such thing off morning.
moonlight river makes my head sway.
moonlight river voice off the ocean on a sand beach bay.
moonlight river i think off her night and day.
moonlight river bring her back to me today.
moonlight river the star's are shineing bright.
moonlight river she is back with such delight.
moonlight river never let her go.
moonlight river tell her i love her so.
moolight river tear's in her eye.
moonlight river why did i have to die.

Submitted: Monday, June 21, 2010

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  • Rookie Dannielle Smedley (8/21/2013 5:00:00 AM)

    This is wonderful! ! how has such an amazing poem have no comments?
    beautiful, just beautiful. So emotional too. Lovely work! ! (Report) Reply

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