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Author Name: FreeDream Hearted Poet 0 Comments
Date Added: July 29, 2018 17:07:39 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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My crystalline sweetheart
My crystalline sweetheart

What would i do without my
Crystalline sweetheart
The folds of your plant matter
Getting me high everyday
What would i do without your
sweetest breathe
Now that I have you secured
in my left pocket
Its time to go home
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