Treasure Island

ginger longora


Why why Why...


I think to myslef why why Why.....why does life have to be so bad now....down the street i see a boy with a dog.....the dogs does not run or bit...the dog just sit and play...day pass by and i see that litte boy aging with the dog with a bone....why why why would anyone let a litte a boy go with a dog and not take care of him.....while the boy walk for food the dog helps...the sun was going down...why why why do i pass the boy and not ask if he is lost....why why why when i trun the TV on i see that same boy is dead! why why why did the boy run with the dog in the srteet? the boy have no one to love that why....

Submitted: Saturday, November 28, 2009
Edited: Saturday, November 28, 2009

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