Stuck In a Butterfly's Web

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
For my Wisdom

Submitted: March 22, 2013

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Submitted: March 22, 2013



Dawn awaiting jealously

Of the light she gives with memories,

So bright the sunrise might decide to hide.


Thoughts of her like 

Ghosts that stir,

Enticing madness, lay with bliss,

Butterflies, silent, waltzing by.


The Stars she hid beneath eyelids

Paralyze my mind again,

Her smile melts the coldest winter nights.


Distance bitter she's on the moon.

Thinking of her I'll fly soon

Craving every word that she croons.


Dream of warm embraces in her arms,

Defenseless from from her charms.

I wait for diamond beaches

She prepared for me in sleep.


She stands out as a bright oasis 

In a desert full of blurry faces

Rub your eyes, a mirage that won't fade.


The Russian Princess ignites fires

Rhythmic dancing blaze desires,

A tender maze you don't want to escape.


And so she took me by the hand,

Erasing winds of arctic lands

We plummeted to each other

As every star crossed our path.


Entwined in the crossroads

Of the sun,

Another journey has begun.

When the Russian Princess calls

I will come.

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