Treasure Island

Gianni Vespucci

Thank You, Maria

It's been a long journey, You and me
You're the one that stayed only
From that Purple Dream to the Northern Lights
Our Blue Dream and the Southern Lights
Sweet memories of you, Forever delight
It was October 19th 2011
When I first saw you
And it was like heaven, Antemortem
To good to be to be true
I know I was never the best to you
But you never gave up
Always helped me construct
Life the way it's meant
And a whole new database
Left the old me without a trace
You most definitely are heaven sent
You told me don't be afraid of what you see
All that exists exists mortally
For life you keep me high
No longer do I have a wandering eye
For somebody to love
Because now I've got you in my life
The first time in a long time, All is right
So I always keep you by my side
You're my constant source of euphoria
For all that you have for me I thank you, Maria

Submitted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013
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