Treasure Island

James Bost

(March 24 1993 / Baltimore Maryland)

The Women Like Mother Nature


blue skys overnight sittin alone on the beach
im outta my mind
the special one i cant find
sparkling stars
smilling at me
hello james
are that one that will change to my last name
'naw' im dreaming
the cool breeze on my neck
are you that women
nope its just the wind teasing me
but some day she will come
and we both will be sent out on the beach
with the midnight stars and breeze

Submitted: Friday, June 19, 2009
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