Treasure Island

Nanette Elefante

(March 5,1983 / Philippines)


On coffee breaks, seeing you right next to me,
Bumping with each other without us noticing one another;
One day we’ve met randomly, it is unbelievable how that night showed the way;
Non-stop conversations; dancing with passion;
Referring to the dancing slow and low…Now we get along.

Day by day, makes me closer to you,
Illustrate the fascinating affection of this life brought us together.
Memories of all the bad past nowhere to be found; I see the world in a nicer view,
Now is you; savoring the good times, laughter with our warmth hearts.
I hope we will build memories that will never erase by time.

This may come and may not,
I want you to know that I’m dreaming of us;
Waking up in each other’s arms,
Each brand new day to stay…unexpectedly!

Submitted: Saturday, September 12, 2009
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