Treasure Island

VILMA XELIN

(JANUARY 5,1979 / VENEZUELA)

The Love Energy...


I don't believe in distances
I don't believe in spaces
I don't believe in time
I don't believe in borders
cause All I believe
Is in the energy
The energy that transforms
The energy that creates
The energy that projects
The energy that rises
And bring us togather

Cause since I meet you
I become into the Love Energy
fluiding on my veins
giving a reason to my existence
Turning my monotomy
into the Illusion of be loved
And getting us closer
to posses you
from my soul,
from my body,
from my heart...
cause everything I just can say
is that I Love You!

Submitted: Saturday, September 08, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 05, 2011

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