Treasure Island

Natasa Tocuc

(Saigon)

Spring fever


I had that spring
where he were in the class with his friends.
I once saw him flirted me.
He changed my heart became blue heaven
and melt me like the honey.
May be we can be like marbles.
Today I see the new way to live.
I could be the person he want to destroy;
disappear in the skies or stabbed me
like the mashed potatoes.
Until time passed by,
I finally choose my own love life
in the happiness life:
'Live with true friends
who care, love and sense of humor ect..'

Submitted: Saturday, July 15, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 16, 2010

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