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Our fortunes,

split in twos

resembles fool’s gold

or so i’ve been told

 

Speaking out loud

foiled our revelations

mistruths in the stars,

and failures of constellations

 

Our luck, our love

diffused through time,

perhaps fate, perhaps karma

our sorrow reflecting

Sade’s love crime,

It’s a sign.

 

The unpredictability reeks of irony,

meanwhile we are apart because

we wish to be together, because

we wish to be better

for each other

but we all know

it takes two

to tango

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There’s still us, darlin’

not in reality but

in my dreams of you

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He calls me honey,

The way he likes it in

His tea, so so sweet

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Desire to go, desire to be,

good to you and

fruitful for you

 

Let’s be, let’s see:

Where does the light takes us?

Come! Let’s go!

For we’ve got no place to be

We appear to follow blindly, but

We follow with purpose, yet

no justification will do, as

it is evidently true

 

Only when and where there is

no reasonable doubt,

shall we be able to find each other,

shall we be able to find ourselves.

Until then, we are lost

in the vast emptiness 

of calamity.

 

Desire to see, desire to be

understood with no falsehoods

so I take back what I said,

instead

 

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I’ve done some things I’m not proud of

My hands smell of shame, unworthiness

No matter how hard I wash and scrub away

It seems the stain is here to stay.

 

I’ve done some things I’m not fond of

The guilt lingers in my atmosphere daily,

As if to haunt me,

To mock me,

To take the blade and

Twist it.

I get it.

 

This is my own doing.

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Pyromaniac,

I burn for you when we touch

I am curious

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Sweet as sin, as

Sensual as–

Sunday’s in a foreign movie

Naughty nectar,

Tangy taste

I wanna reach first base

Come on over, honey baby 

Lay with me like yesterday’s blues

I’ll forget to remember you if

You remember to forget me not

It is a bittersweet world, after all

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