Treasure Island

herbert guitang


Our Silvery Dreams


Many laughters we’ve shared
Some struggles have come on our ways
Tears have fallen on our eyes
But our hands still hold firmly.

On many years we’ve been apart
Many directions crossed on our paths
We fly very high
Carrying our longing dreams.

But inside that dream
You and I will be together.

Embrace our arms for one purpose
Smile warmly to see you
Sharing our moments in binding us
Yearning in your presence

Will make us complete
Wholly and Unbroken
Memories of passion and bonding
Would never forget
Fights, quarrels,
and misunderstanding
That we had encountered.

Sometimes hatred came beneath
But milling days grills
Our hearts had change it
TO Love In Unity

Our silvery dreams
Make our lives fulfilled
Our Silvery Dreams
Make Our Lives Fulfilled.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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