Treasure Island

brian musonda


You're Beautiful


My Dear when I say you're beautiful what i'm trying to say is that you..............you have the kind of beauty that makes a bad man change his ways.........the one that makes a killer find his heart...........my dear I'm talking about the type of beauty that made King solomon despite having a thousand wives go searching for that one beautiful woman that made his heart unsettled........you know the kind of beauty that made Jacob wait for fourteen years just to be with Racheal...........see that...........that is the beauty I'm talking about........the one that makes a rich man be willing to give up all his gold and billions he worked his entire life for......just to be with that one beautiful woman he has found.............yes my dear you have that beauty that adds beauty to a star filled night sky.........and brightens up that sunny day.........my dear you are beautiful and I wish you knew that you're just as beautiful as you...........and the man that said 'the beautiful ones are not yet born' I don't know when he said those words but I think he was talking about your type........the kind of beauty that manifests to everyone.......that's how beautiful you are my dear and the next time I tell you that you're beautiful I hope you will understand just what I mean.

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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