Treasure Island

Aryabod Siharyvani

(1983 / Damascus)

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Am imagine that am standing next to the window
Waiting for her appearance from long distained
The rain out there cover her black jacket
The hair turns to lave mixing with water
Am standing here waiting for un coming hope
Waiting for the un coming days
Am just pretending that am waiting for you
pretending that we are in love
waiting for you goddess sign for me
waiting for the day you make me really man
the day i will com human again
am imagine the you are standing down there waving for me
don't want me to come down there
down there next to you
you want to keep me away from your passion oceans
oceans of love sorrow of your kindness
will she appear in my life again
will she be with me
will she be my friend
will i be any thing to her
will i...? ? ?

Submitted: Friday, January 16, 2009
Edited: Saturday, May 12, 2012

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