Treasure Island

Alan Hagler


Voyager


Sunburst through her lemon hair
Like fingers of gold
Her inner beauty
Captures my soul
I am adrift, in love
Let me go

Her essence
Propels my ship
My heart is Captain
I am a voyager
She is my promised land
Her touch, my landing
Her soul my destination

Traversing the sea of self-doubt
The rocky shoals of failure
The will remains strong
Love the sweetest wind
Full sail
The heart will be my compass
A smile will open the darkness
Soon, we will be united
I see, the sunburst

On the horizon
Her fingers of gold
Reach out
I see our soul
In her eyes
I am home

Submitted: Saturday, May 13, 2006

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