Treasure Island

duke perry abrokwa


The September 19th


I was the favorite of them all
They knew i will always stand tall
and never will i fall
ON TILL THAT SEPTEMBER 19
I had played the hero
I never knew i will be down to zero
ON TILL SEPTEMBER 19

I got to know my true friend
those i thought, wanted my end
they were always playing second
how could i know? if not for that day
SEPTEMBER 19

were all fall apart
Just 8 days to my lovers birthday
just 8 day for a dream to come true
27 was all i got, but the storm got rude
now it was like, i stop to exist
i saw my name in death list
tears flow as my thought went freeze
ALL ON THE SEPTEMBER 19

Now all i got is my bible and me
Just a friend that i can't see
gave me hope has i read
a friend and a lover

Submitted: Friday, September 21, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 21, 2012

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