Treasure Island

Charm Dionesio

(June 05,1985 / Philippines)

Moonlit


Look up and see the sky
The moon and the stars
Are shining so bright
Don't you know?
I am one
Of the million pair of eyes
Look up to it
Deep in the night
I remember you
I feel a bit cold
How do I forget?
Those memories
Under the moonlit
Your arms around me
Together we dream
Holding hands
Our love overflow
I never forget
How you let me feel
The love that every girl
Would dream
Now ocean and mountains
Between us
Only moonlit is the witness
The love story we've shared
Here I am waiting
Hoping one fine day
You'll come back
And hold my hands
Tighter once again

Submitted: Friday, December 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 27, 2013

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