Treasure Island

Olivia Janes

(July 5 / America)

Remembrance


On the coast
Where the sun kisses the sea.
Where oranges and reds dance through the sky
Just before the moonlight shines.
I remember how we use to sit- -
Every night- -
Under the moon.
How we met and how he proposed.
My tears kept falling

On the coast
Where the sun kisses the sea.
Where oranges and reds dance through the sky
Just before the moonlight shines.
I remember his smile.
His tender and loving attitude towards anyone and anything.
He was a creation like no other
He kept his calm through everything.
My tears kept falling

On the coast
Where the sun no longer kisses the sea.
Where oranges and reds now dance black through the sky
Where now the moonlight shines.
I remember how much he loved the moon
And how it shined.
My tears finally stopped falling.
And now I smile.

Submitted: Monday, July 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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