Treasure Island

Neil Adams

(19/01/94 / Belfast)

Open Frame


I feel your touch I feel your pain
I see your life in this open frame
I try my best to always be
There to help for you and me

Way to cope with simple pain
Use yourself to be the blame
Feel the rose brush off your cheek
Me and you are the one to seek

We are happy with each other
I look at you my only lover
But to cope when not around
Is a different story a different sound

The sound of pain and neglect
The sound of cheek and dis respect
When not with you at my worst
The pain of anger who's the first

You come along life settle down
Different change from my frown
When with you I am complete
No more anger no more cheek

Submitted: Saturday, March 03, 2012

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