Treasure Island

Joanna Maria Lozano

(Cahumayan, Danao City Cebu Philippines)

Soon


Soon the sun will set,
The daylights will be gone,
And the night will come

Soon the night will come,
The cold winds will blow
And I'll head my way home

Soon I'll be heading my way home
I'll finally take a rest and unwind
Coz I'll be leaving all my problems behind

Soon I'll be leaving all these problems behind
I'll just have to wait for a little more time
Coz looking through this window, I know

....... soon the sun will set

Submitted: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013
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These thoughts just came up to my mind when I was at work, waiting for a call from a client. The day was so tiresome plus I waited for that call for an hour already. While waiting, I kept looking through the glass window and kept telling myself that 'It's alright, you'll be coming home soon'.

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*JMRamirez 09-12-2013*

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