Treasure Island

gabe castro


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i hope all is well with you, with dear love letters and blood smeared, i hope all is well with you, i find myself setting these picture afire with the memories of you, oh i hope all is well with you, theirs no match that can reignite the passion of you, there is no knife that can cut the blood i spill trying so valiantly to show you me, oh i hope all is well with you, for when you wake you walk like giants, you speak as if tongues had no meaning, as if waterfalls never shared the same breath with a dam, i hope all is well with you, for when i held your hand i felt meaning in everything, i felt beyond this prison i had created for myself, it seems Ive lost you again, i hope all is well with you, i cant speak your name anymore, it gets lost in the currents of the ocean i no long dare to tread, it gets caught in the telephone wires that never made a connection to the receiver on hold, well operator i hope all is well with you, because im alone here cutting....and i cant take another minute thinking of you, i waste my days in regret of you, well i hope all is well with you, because there is no fracture that will bring me back to you...

Submitted: Wednesday, December 08, 2010
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