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I pulled her to me Looked deep into her eyes A cluster of stars they were An effect brought by the street lights My grip on her waist tightened I'm sure she noticed this Fortunately she didn't try to resist All the tenderness of her skin surrendered to my fingers So pleasing to the touch Her lips so glossy Already a satisfaction for a passionate kiss Was about to go for them But then Peep! Peep! a car destructed the moment I didn't want to let go...I had to It was hard to say goodbye The tout made it easier I just sat waving goodbye as the vehicle got into motion I wished time could be reversed So as to get back to her And say the things I didn't say I wish I had the courage But then it is just a wish

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