Treasure Island

Miranda Will

(January,25,1994 / USA)

The sad story


By: A friend
For: Everyone in the world, this may come in handy when you are lost.

The sad story
Every day I open my eyes
I wonder if I will ever see
The one whom I'm destined to be

My heart is slowely dying
and for that I can't stop crying

With all the love in the world
I can't find any,
even though theirs one to many

You could say I'm just a fool
that love hits me in the face
and I just act cruel

But thats not true
I have my reasons
eather its fake or leads to a bad conclusion

There was once one love
Who I thioght was forever
but that name is gone, lost some where

Maybe in my future we will meet once again
and my heart will be filled with all the love it can take in

But for now I'm dead
Until that one true kiss
that will wake me up from this hell I'm in

And for that I'm sad but not for long
just until I find one true love

Submitted: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Edited: Monday, February 28, 2011

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