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Romance that died in the end.


Submitted:Jul 8, 2012    Reads: 21    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   


As the snow kiss the heavy cement heart

a cold distance begin to stretch it's isolated fingers

covering these bodies in a blanket of veil darkness

old black oak reach out towards the grey cobwebs stone

weakness dance in the flame of it's devil's glory

it reads: 'Here lies a loving son and friend"

night angels begin the song of mistold fortune

placing a white rose does the virgin cry

good-bye seem to be the only key of letting go

image haunt these invailed nights

stain red his virgin sleep in depth

cut out by the pain of his beating mind

forever gone the lover bliss remain

shadow by unwanted sanity that linger

in hell they shall be one

forever doubt by fates path





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