Treasure Island

Flencirose Basera


To The Damned!


Girl oh girl
Open your eyes
Do not make 'M'
There is nothing new here
Does he make yo feel like you are the only one
Oh yes he convinces you
What is his excuse
'I don't know her'
'I have to talk to everyone who comes in'
'I am finished with her'
'Do you think I would do that when my wife is there? '
'She is my friend'
'You are jealousy girl I want only one woman'
'Do you think I could talk to her when my wife is there'
oh yes we all have heard it before
The same story the same expression
A man on a mission
what mission?
Well how can we ask honestly!
All he knows is to destroy women's relationships
It makes him feel good
Mancho man
Are you game?
So young so bright a future ahead!
You are playing the fool!
Wake up girl!
Why should I warn you?
You look at me as if I have stopped him from being with you!
Well I have been a fool also!
I let you learn the hard way!
One before me is an alcoholic!
One stays in the union for pride's sake
Others fool him
Who said there are no Jimmy Saville's in our community
Plenty
who abates them?
Us sisters against each other
Oh Landlord can you leave the young man with their sunshines
You want one you want all
From continent to continent
No fear of nothing
Take heed, stand |back look and think
ABC.................Z
Life is not a game! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Friday, October 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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