Treasure Island

Jose Antonio Torres Galeana

(11/11/1992 / Acapulco, Mexico)

The Rose With Thorns


The rose with thorns
Beautiful passion red rose
But dangerous with thorns
Picked off the garden
By a bard on
Realize he was bleeding
Thought roughly about his feelings
About why the rose had thorns
Never again would he pick up the red rose with thorns
The rose only brought him pain
Thoe he did not go insane
By wanting to stomp on it
But he just forfeit on it
He just let the rose there on the ground
And the rose was hoping it would be found
So the bard on
Left the garden
Checked his finger with the thorn pulled it out
finger was bleeding and never looked back at the rose with the thorns

Submitted: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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Its about my ex girfriend who wanted another chance with me.

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