Treasure Island

Marijke McKinney


Worlds Together


I'm loudly quiet, maturely immature
Securely lost, and sadly happy,
But I'll listen listen listen to you
Because I admire admire admire all of you

I've got worlds above my little shoulders.
But I don’t want to be apart of what I know
Just let me play below
Where girls are girls and boys are boys

I’m strong enough to hold you
And innocent enough for half of my eyes to see
Pick and choose who we want to be
I’ve got worlds above my little shoulders

Listen. Admire
The creation is the subconscious soul
Of the creator
Back, forward, all we will try

Submitted: Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Edited: Saturday, December 18, 2010

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