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Concerto D'amor

Concerto D'amor Whenever I'm with you, Other things are amnesia. Every single moment with you, Suits decades in a catatonia. If you were Bermuda triangle, I'd often tread on the blast of shangri-la; A picnic in the devil's triangle, Run-of-the-mill than millenniums in ball park. You're the Bermuda triangle. I, being a wanderer. The strong storm of South-America pulling me to you, And down towards your smile I totter. If you were an Iceberg, I'd pull my Titanic towards you, Rejoicing as you break me apart Waters drowning the consciousness I'd built. You're the iceberg; Sybaritic, pudgy and turbingly symmetrical. And I lost in the lust of the traverse, With my patois feels your viscera. Be whatever you choose: A stark lasso repressing the rim of the sea? But by bid can you loose, Letting your waves gulp my plenary? My heart through its mouth bleeds yearning, Of how often for you I did fall. Christ on a horse! I'm crazy 'bout you, honey! This is my seven lives concerto d'amor. 19:05:01:16:48 Ancestor. Ancestral Pen. Ancestral piece. Concerto D'amor.

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