Treasure Island

Kathrin Peters


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I wrote that I would run away
far far away
I can't find my way
My world is always grey

My world changed to black
but you wrote back
'If we didn't live so far away
you could find your way
I advise you to run to me.'
This is where I would be.

If I ran to you
I'd need new shoes
I would run more than 350 kilometers
but after that I'd feel better
I could use the train
because you don't drain

This poem is written by me
I ask you what would be
if you ran to me.

This poem is written by you
you said 'I would run to you
just to know you.'

This poem is written by us
I can't take a bus
the way is to long
but we stayed strong.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 07, 2012

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