Treasure Island

mithzi silva


Thank You


I want to thank you
Thank you,
For changing my life
For changing my view on people
You did that
All with just little moments
Moments that might have been passed off as nothing to others
Thank you,
Thank you for changing me
I thought change was a bad thing
Until you came along
Thank you,
For being there when no one else was
You were the one that kept me sane
When I thought I would go insane
Thank you, for being you
Being you through it all
Through the good
And the bad
Thank you for being the one who pulled me through everything
All the evil in my life
Thank you for pulling me out of the fire
And into the water
I just want to tell you
Thank you
Thank you for being you
Thank you for being there for me
Thank you for helping see me through it all
Just…
Thank you
Thank you
Thank you

Submitted: Thursday, May 20, 2010

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