Treasure Island

george albot


Words,


As I wright to you, how can I make the words
Mean more, or try to explain the feeling that I get
From writing to you
And for you to gain the worth, or to feel
That all of the words are for you
And only you
If I could have one wish it would be
To wright a poem that made you love
And want me for the rest of your life
And to hold it in your heart
Or at the very least the way I love you,
This moment
I would sell my soul if you didn’t
Already own it
And my heart I’ll give you gladly
You have just got to remember, to feed it

Life without temptation isn’t really living,
Living without love isn’t life
Night babe
XXX
I love you xxx

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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