Treasure Island

Anthony Cavuoti


The ocean is more than any oil spill.


The ocean is more than any oil spill.

No matter how much ignorance you mistake as love you drill.


If you where raise in a man made desert storm,

It will take you awhile not to idealized and perpetuate the abuse for which you where formed.

Your mountain is more than the fraction part of its base that is a quarry

You will face your past and live your own story


Find others that dare to be free, away from the shores of borderline narcissistic psychopathic, cover up.

Into the glory of your soul. Into the life that is your soul of meaning purpose and sublime wonder, and real love.

Submitted: Sunday, June 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 04, 2013

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