Treasure Island

Nicole Annette Hofer


The Rose


Close you eyes and see me
Release your senses and breathe me in
Relax your hands and touch me
Sleep Peacefully and Dream

Dream of a world
Where darkness and horror
Do not exist
Only Love and Friendship

Dream of me standing
Beneath this giant willow
Run to me, Breathless
To hold me, my Love

Then wake as the morning sun
Shines upon your fallen hair
As you open your eyes
Remember you are my rose

Every petal is perfect
Every line, every curve
Never wilt does the rose
Upon my grave, beneath the willow

Submitted: Tuesday, May 18, 2010

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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (5/18/2010 8:58:00 PM)

    Every petal is perfect
    Every line, every curve
    Never wilt does the rose
    Upon my grave, beneath the willow... it touched me sincerely and honestly.. Your every words speak of something new.. hones desire and faithulness till the last... beautiful n d i endore it....10

    read mine..... i miss...miss i miss you... Marry to marry (Report) Reply

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