Treasure Island

Lottie Hammond

(18/01/1991 / Buckinghamshire)

Remember Romance


Old fashioned movies
With true love to gain
Always remember romance
And kiss in the rain.

The only thing you have
Is the hope of his kiss
And waiting for the day
Is all that you miss

In love, in romance
Looking into his eyes
Is all you want to do
No time for any lies

So send him a text
Drop him a line
And maybe one day
He’ll take the time

He’ll fall for you
And never look back
Your life will be bright
No time for dark, no black

I hope he’s always there
To take away my pain
And to remember romance
And to kiss in the rain

Submitted: Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Edited: Monday, December 13, 2010

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  • Yusuf Ali (3/13/2009 7:26:00 AM)

    Its a conglomeration of old and new abstract noun. I appreciate this effort nd like it but there is a lack of concentratoin in it. (Report) Reply

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