Treasure Island

Ellirie Aviles


Mr.Lucky Mat A. Buthandsome


I've never thought this'll happen
That to you I'll be open
With my strats yet unproven
But believe me, I'm chosen

Untruthful but melodious
Unethical but precious
Unlawful but cautious
Now they're moving one after another shoes

What other thing shall I bear in mind?
What other stuff should I consider
However in my thoughts I merely remind
Still unrespectful am I to the power

Shall I bear to see you being abandoned?
Away from your respective position
I don't agree for such condition
And either to such unbelievable reason
"Happy teacher's month" I can say for true
Until the leaves of the bamboo's blue
Until the moon shines eternal blue
And if the sea turns red not blue

Sir I do,
I believe in you
I've trusted you
And so they do
So please don't break a word or two
Either a promise or pledge will do

I know thy thoughts are painted green
Yet I cannot consider that sin
For thy loveth fun and those who've seen
The passion in words through jokes or spin

I know ‘bout psychology
And you know my strategy
I wish to keep it in Secrecy
Cause it's just my philanthropy

Hope you'll see the real me
Even if the only way's to peel me
But this I'll make sure to thee
It's me.In the right time you'll see

Submitted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Edited: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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