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Loves Scars

I saw us in a meadow
laying in the grass
golden light surrounds us
displaying all our best
you picked wild flowers
placed them gently in my hair
layed the rest on my stomach
whispering 
"there are no monsters here my dear"
I see the way you care
expression on your face
can we stay like this forever
lost in this warm embrace

I'm so hot
burning with desire
want to feel your love
want to feel your fire
don't care if I get burned
scar me with the love of you
carve yourself in
take away my pain
just love me 
like I'm the woman you adore 

Lay down before me 
on our meadow floor
pound my heart back to life
electracute my core
roll me over on my back
unravel all my ties 
put your hands upon me 
and listen to my cries
as if I'm your lullaby
sing to me the song you think I would be

As the sun begins to fade
we welcome the moon
knowing what this will bring
knowing what this means
gather up my flowers
tuck them all away
keeping all the trinkets 
for our loves display
knowing tomorrow is a brand new day
tie my laces back up
put on my shoes
I know you must go now
fade into the night
must howl
a man that is a slave
to the moonlight
a monster your not
a gentle beast 
you won't hurt me
this I know

Walk me to my car
with brand new scars
your song stuck in my head
smiling all the way
can't wait for another day
tomorrow you can come out and play




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