William Weight

(Spetember 6,1992 / Tyrone, Pennsylvania)

Our Star, My Wish


The stars are out where i stand
Shinning so beautifuly over you
Are they hanging over you or
Are they locked inside

The brightsest star in the sky
That's the one i chose
For you and I

I made a wish upon that stary night
How i hope that star crashes into your soul

Wishing you were here in my arms
Gazing upon the heavens with me
The wind blows so cold
As i turn to see...You're not there

Miles aways you are
Do the stars still shine for you and I
When you look into his eyes
My wish never comes true

(June 30,11)

Submitted: Friday, July 01, 2011
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