Treasure Island

joshua reid

(march 7th 1993 / Florida USA)

you are


an angel from heaven is what you are
in my sky you're definitely a heavenly star.
you're an angel with beauty and grace
you're so kind and sweet, with your angel’s face.
you have a pair of angel’s wings
happiness and joy are just some things,
that an angel can give
in my heart and mind is where you live.
i know you have lips as soft as the white clouds
they scream kiss me but not out loud.
your voice is like a sapphire that shine bright.
when everything is dark, they give me light.
you're an angel that teaches me the right things to say.
you're friendship i can never repay
you're my angel and i'll always care.
you're my angel and you know i'll always be there.

Submitted: Sunday, July 19, 2009

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