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Dalton A. J.
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Dalton A. J. Hunkler
Upon the beauty of the moon, and the brightest star
Today just might be the last,day, I could have by far.
The gazing sapphire region, of my deadly blue eyes
Turning cold as stone, forgetting to say my goodbyes.
Must oneself pass and see, the eternal shinning white light
Passing was meant to be, peaceful not scarce with height.
The road of heaven paved, with diamonds silver and gold
I'd be wishing you there for me, for which you tightly hold.
The thought of leaving my love, scares me by a lot
I can't bear to bring about, the mystery of us that fought.
You are my angel that must hear, my ultimate deadly cry
To you that I hold so dear, I shan't be without my goodbye.
Your tear of sadness revived, the beatless heart of mine
I could have stayed eternally sleeping, with me it is fine.
You have no need to worry yourself, I have no regret
Not to worry over the forever slumber, you needn't fret.
Pale as the finest milk, my body moving like jello
Do not drink my blood, for I am a very odd fellow.
I cant bear to listen to, these deadly cries I hear
These cries of death, are like screams in my ear.
The only thing that saves me, from this udder fate
Is that you are my angel, for I call you my forever mate.
Although I can not live to bear, you shedding tears
This I tell you is true, I hope we are together for years.