Treasure Island

Airda Jones

(Sept.17,1988 / US)

Where Did This Come From?


We never follow the trends
We shouldn't start now
But now the difference
Is getting to me somehow

I've waited rather impatiently
It must be the girl inside
That's toying with my head
Got me all knotted and tied

Thinking I want to go forward
But not completely sure
If moving forward at the moment
Is what you're looking for

So I guess I'll have to wait
Wait out this trend we have made
Maybe I'm wrong in this thinking
That we have to keep going to be saved.

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2008

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  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (4/7/2008 9:14:00 PM)

    Commendable work, young lady...Intriguing storyline...Nice crisp, tight construction & mellifluous movement, made for a comely read, indeed! Keep that Pen Pumpin'!

    ~ FjR ~
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