Treasure Island

Ramona Thompson


Oyi Mi Canto


Oye mi canto
Hear my voice
Know that I am still here
Not so very far away
Still alive
Even after death has taken hold of me
We are not seperated
No matter what they may try to tell you
We are still one
We are still family
Blood and flesh
Joined forever more
Never to really be parted
No matter what you may have believed before
My son, I beg of you now
Believe, believe in the impossible
Oye mi canto
My son, if you will but listen
Listen deep in the night
Oye mi canto, my boy
You will indeed hear my voice
If you will but believe
Believe the impossible is indeed sometimes.....possible

2009 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Thursday, January 22, 2009

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