Treasure Island

Frances Lugtu


Talk about Romeo, This is my Fairytale


Once upon a fairytale, dictated my life, like fantasy itself touched everybody's hearts and hypnotized minds and twisted feelings...

My life indeed traveled through thousands of wonders, experienced definitely good and bad and helped more than i can count!

It was more than a dream, A lovely sunset, It was more than an epic love story that can take away your breath...
When time came that you were not there, It was more than a dream you were dancing all along, It was more than heartfelt- Broken song. But in the end, You were like sent from heaven...

My romeo, my new cocaine! A better path to a new love story...

Submitted: Wednesday, April 08, 2009
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