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My Fair lady

Fair Lady Hallow eve was nigh storms flying whirling winds flashed upon thy eyes Her breath heaved heavenly moor Beautiful fare forever more I speak not of words but of truths of tales untold that all shall see but shall glide pass thou ear Thou art but a heathen brule and battered My fair fair lady if I the moor you hold upon you I be of great honour to thou heavenly father Thou art a summer flower delicate as daisy's I am taken He of whom you choose to carry he of whom you choose to marry I loathe him so Your love reach no bounds as you kiss upon my tender lips I scream to heathens peasants and trolls For my fair lady I do behold. Thy tender cheeks Beam red roses Eyes of wonder Capture me Behold Thy windows to thy soul darkness stains The sky beholds Our loves for fools Love is pure Ours but twisted Gods do smite thy Devil dares smile thus ends the night Day beholds The heathenous troll Thou lover Thou betrothed I spit on thy feet I curse thy law My fair lady Days do betray us Nights as knights of love Protect us I pray to the heavens The lord alike Out of love Out of spite World does spit on us What does become of us You thy bride And I thy mistress My fair lady Fair as day Love no bounds For love is gay

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Date: 6/3/2018 8:50:00 PM
Really nice write!!
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