Treasure Island

Kaitlyn Bell

(8/13/95 / Fenton)

One bloody night


How could I forget?
The sudden silence of the festival night
How could I forget?
That the one I trusted most
Would turn his back on the whole family
How could I forget?
The kind way he had treated me
But then stab me in the back by destroying what is precious
How could I forget?
That one bloody night
When the whole family had perished
Leaving me alone in the dark

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009

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