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The first night I layed eyes on you
I knew I hadn't felt so great since the last dew.
We spoke of unspoken tales of ours
Without realizing we had spent a whole of sixteen hours.
Sixteen hours, talking to a stranger was this introvert's new record
Under the moonlit sky, high on rolled grass, you looked so alluring, oh lord!
If I knew I would've kissed thy lips
******* on the skin of it while you'd hold my hips.
But that time is foregone
Now you only exist in my thoughts like a graceful swan.
For we were two strangers in search for an ****** act
Instead we found each other and made a pact.
To look too deep into other's soul
To understand sorrow and fill other's hole.
We were first only two bodies made of flesh
But after the dance of geeet we were left two unique souls mutually meshed.
Now I sometimes remember the sky
Imagine your face and understand why.
Why we do not know each other's names
And why did we ever play that nasty game.
Because stars were afraid our love might outshine them
And the envious universe that displayed condemn.
So, whenever we see each other and if we do
"Let us live the romance", pray to lord, beloved you.
A story: half real and half fantasy.
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