Treasure Island

Iris Rain


Silly Boy


Silly boy
I know you love to play
with me
like I am a doll with thoughts and mind
that you can tease at will

Your eyes sparkles like many stars
when you can taunt me into glaring at you
with a half smile behind my frown

I know you know the smile is there
You just want to see if you can coax it out of hiding
so you can declare victory to yourself

Silly boy, there will always be a half smile behind my glare at you
for I love you as you are, silly, innocent, full of mischef and fun
Not like our grown up world of malice and lies
So I will let you be silly as much as you can
for you would not be silly forever
which is such a lost and pity

Submitted: Saturday, June 19, 2010

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