Treasure Island

Ali Sabry

(11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad / Kurdish From Kurdistan Region Of Iraq)

----(((My Dear Dear))) ----


My dear dear

I am eager longing to meet you

Long years have passed

But I did not see you on the way

I prepared four seasons per year

One after the other

It has been a rapid fall

And I was sitting beside the heater lonely

I missed your eyes angelic blue sea color broad

I do not know when the day will come to

Where I will be sitting close you

I will be waiting for a day at the ready

Hope to meet you some day

God bless you & protect you from all harm

Kisses for you

Meet you soon, my dear dear

Sicnerely
Your Lover Forever
The Romantic Man
Ali Sabry

Submitted: Sunday, July 22, 2012

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