Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray

Reach Out And Grab It

A passionate companion
Disorganized and barely withstanding
Rushing bouts of apprehension
So acute and uncanny
T'was the fear of always being alone
In need of a person who you could always call your own
Loneliness is gone
Could this really be?
An amorous touch
Can you repair the shattered heart in hand that carried the trust?
The lengthy prairie was plush
Along with all it's lovely shoots
Should we cherish the moment?
I'm forever loving you
Unconditional and true
I could not have imagined
If you can see where love could grow
Please reach out and grab it
Cause' people pass it up and throw it all away
Hurt in the past
The reason why their wall's in place

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012
Edited: Friday, October 05, 2012

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