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Date Added: November 23, 2016 10:11:57 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Broken Hearts Add To Favorites | Text Only
Crushed Starlight
What love do you see,
If you can't see me perfectly?
So throw stones at the light,'
Cause I'm empty of dignity.
I would rush into your arms,
If those arms wouldn't crush me.
What warmth would I find there?
While you gradually become an enemy?
I've ceased to dream
On these starlit November nights.
Wishing on winter to hold me
As I blush red against your knife.
Broken blue -
And starlit hearts bloom,
Breaking beneath a full moon,
And you're already gone,
Forever too soon.
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