Treasure Island

Manonton Dalan

(virginia, usa)

you're picture in my eye


first time
i saw eyes
like yours
i kiss her
to get closer
look.

it turns out
so passionate
i felt love
and being love

i live
to enjoy
the fruits
of a dream

i never
forget you,
any moment time,
you're the picture
in my eye

Submitted: Thursday, March 05, 2009
Edited: Monday, May 25, 2009

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  • Michael Biondi (3/22/2010 5:35:00 PM)

    hey you commented on one of my poems, thank you so much for that its always nice to hear some feedback..so i figured i check some of yours out as well..and all of them are simply amazing but this one uses short phrases...sometime little means so much more..awsome job (Report) Reply

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