Treasure Island

diamond blaze makgaba


the special day


this is that day
the day u couldnt wait for
but was forced by time
becouse of how slow it moves
oh it is this experiance
the most agog experiance
youve been longing to experiance
this dynamic feeling
all affect you in an admirible way
surely you have ruminated enough
more than enough of this day
this day so adorn filled with ganish food
and big increadible boons
with guest so immeculately dressed
this day filled with everything you desire
today marriage couples are so amezed by your weeding presentation
and have the most poroxysm that
this whole entire universe could ever offer
which shows love over your presentation
now you are accuating giving an alibi
a true obvious fact that
your marriage has no alligaton

Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2012
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