Treasure Island

Garland Jodie Jeen

(1/7/1989 / China, HK)

Walking on the stars


I am drunk
What i've written is junk
I just want to melt all the worries
inside the very core of the sun
I love the only one
There is not a reason
Sometimes I prepare a gun
to conquer my nightmare
and get everything done
I try hard
to convince myself
the sky is not high
I try badly
to make it sure that
the stars are not high up in the sky
An elf
leads me to walk along on the bridge of stars
I am higher than the sky now
And I am appreciating the stars beneath my body
It's like the happiness of getting married
I now notice that the stars are so tiny
And black sky is no worries
My stars are inspiring me
So that i possess more starry stories.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 09, 2011

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