Treasure Island

Derrick Davis

(None Ya. Havent Died yet / Kauffman, TX)

The Everlasting Beauty


The everlasting beauty
fades upon her face,
Tears stream down
her beautiful frown

Even in death her beauty will be everlasting,
her eyes are like the clearest of lakes
I look upon her face and notice the beauty and youth that will never die

When she smiles her face is as bright as a rocket,
when she laughs we all
laugh
Everlasting beauty
That will never fade
Her eyes are a brown shade

When she is upset or sad and carries a frown
I turn it upside down

Her everlasting beauty will carry on
in my mind no matter what
The everlasting beauty that never fades

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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