As The Pedals Fall

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She loves him, she loves him not, she loves him, she loves him not ...
Will a charming young girl fall for the "bad boy" of town or will her knowledge lead her elsewhere?

Submitted: July 30, 2012

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Submitted: July 30, 2012



As The Pedals Fall

She runs with the wind

He catches her with a hurtful hand

The rose he gave her shall soon bend

The sun arises across a distant land

Now the pedals fall slowly

Her mind is in a fog

Tis he is a beastly dog

Regrets are engraved within the beat of her heart

But the rush of this time is ever so kind

Oh, only how a town can sense the tart

But the beauty of true love is only so blind

The escape this time is indeed impossible

Her choice is clearly made

Oh the price she has thoughtfully paid

The rose has died

The every pedal is scattered across time

If only he had lied

But,  like I said, True love is ever so blind






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