Treasure Island

Brigitte De Nuit

(October 9th,1995- still hangin' in there / Glendale, Arizona, United States of America)

These lands


I walk into this land
This fantasy land
And everything is a dream
For this moment
This beautiful moment
I can see the stars, their gleam

And in this land,
This storybook land
Wishes come true every day
For a moment
A wonderful moment
I know I'm here to stay

While I'm in this land
This adventure land
The thrill never seems to fade
Because in this moment
This glorious moment
Everything is perfectly made

Still in this land
This frontier land
I'm wishing I could never leave
Because this moment
This magical moment
Led me to believe

Leaving this land
This tomorrow land
The end has finally arose
This moment
This awe-inspiring moment
Has finally come to a close  

 

Submitted: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 14, 2011

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