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FREE CEE if you read this your computer will burst into flames

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FREE CEE if you read this your computer will burst into flames

              FENCES BUILT BY DEFENSES

I once said you and I had different definitions of love and what it's all about
now i'm left treading water in a sea of doubt
I know our feelings about love compete with one another
but it's all about the fire and the embers we must smother

we embrace by the fireside and swear our love will never end
while I hear all the errant contradictions I need you to defend
as all my queries about you and my dubiety mount
and all that remains on your mind is the condition of my bank account 

I thought your idea of love is what you can get
now i'm not certain enough to place a bet
I just know that the disparate ideas we have are evident
and the difference in the way we love is prevalent

I know my conception of love is what I can give to you
but it doesn't seem to matter what I do
you just want what you want and you want it now
while I know how much my love has to and can endow

we sit midst the shimmering lights, waging shadows and your selfish desire
as three glasses of rum and your egocentric ideas douse out the fire
I never took love as a contest, rivalry or competition
all I know is when it comes to love we don't have the same definition
     © 2012...... PHREEPOETREE ~free cee!~







                                                    






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