Treasure Island

Unic Cjonr

(Capriborn 73)

Together We Wish


The first star which appears in the morning.
Smack a smile upon my face.
You are in my thoughts.
Your smile I want to kiss.
Your lips are what I bought.
I take my time.
When I look deep into your eyes.
I love the surprise.
I see more in the expression on your face.
As what a butterfly color its wings in the skies.
By your touch the flowers bloom.
The stars start to shine as they rise with the moon.
Together, we stare.
We watch her subside in the sky.
Together, we blow a wish kiss to the moon.
Together, we wink a kiss to receive a wish.
She shines to sparkle with the brightest of lights.
Even on the darkest of nights.
Will she surrender the love we want in a spoon.
Together, we surrender.
Our love in a wishful room.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 02, 2013

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