Treasure Island

Michael McParland


Youthful Fate


We met when we were quite young.
From the start I loved you all along.
Despite our youthful age of date.
I knew that we were eachothers fate.
We'd beat the odds at any rate.

What's meant to be for you and me.
Is to build a life and share our dreams.
A loving union is what we need.

We'll plant this seed and help it grow.
To farther heights than we have known.
To the world it's finally showing.
That what we have is so rewarding.

True love speaks to us it's courting.
No need to fear what we are holding.
So let us take this step we'll not regret.
Everlasting life with no emotional debt.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Edited: Thursday, August 28, 2014

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