Treasure Island

Babette Teeth


Privilege


Privileged to say whatever he wants
Privileged to do whatever he likes
Privileged to act without a care
Privileged to gain freedom without a fear
Privileged to be the concentration of the center world
Privileged to be embraced with love
Privileged to get what he wants
Privileged to be protected from harms
Privileged to freely show off without a bad words
Privileged to join in people and know everything happening
Privileged to be happy, far away from sorrows
Privileged to not ever knowing misfortunes
Privileged in good luck

Submitted: Friday, February 10, 2006

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