Treasure Island

Aiman Saleem

(13-11-1984 / Tripoli)


Close the eyes when the tears fall
Fall on the knees and crawl
You’ll be remembered by your photo frame
It’s the revolver that’ll ease your pain

So many regrets, so many joys
So many smiles and many tears you cried
So many jiffies that made you insane
It’s the revolver that’ll ease your pain

Forget the past, bury inside you
The present died too
Dig the love, fix it in chain
It’s the revolver that’ll ease your pain

Where to go in the night
What to do in the day
Its all dark, its all dull, mystifying lane
It’s the revolver that’ll ease your pain

The pain that never heal
The senses that sense the chill
To kill,
Revolver on your forehead
Pull the trigger and you’re dead

You were here, but now it’s not the same, since
It’s the revolver that eased your pain

Copyright © ®2006, aimnov. All rights reserved

Submitted: Monday, March 15, 2010
Edited: Thursday, March 18, 2010

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