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Let Me, Let me

When my heart returns in the seclusion, I told him to give me ten years, In that time, he must see only me Taste only me, make love to only me Reflected only in my space. Like an enchanted mirror or hope, Our souls will continue to ask For our morning blessing/ Happy or sad, our morning salutations/ There is nothing more appealing Then seeing him in his white attires a baseball cap, it captures the youth of innocent, Is the fundament of falling in love, After being in seclusion, it's also terrifying, A roller coaster of emotion, a mere Smily hideous gestures/ I can see no wrong now, I can see no flaws, I see only what my heart wants me to see Him! those eyes, those high cheek bones, While I allowed our souls make love, Under the warm of the sun, And the cold from the north, Entwining into each other’s arms Who will bless this union? Who will be there for us, When it all fade like leaf *All of us have become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous acts are like filthy rags; we all shrivel up like a leaf, and like the wind our sins sweep us away.* Let me love you for now, Let me smile, while you smile, Let me , let me, let me..

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