Lost Love


Your eyes shone bright into my darkened soul.

Your smile lightened up my sorrowful life.

Your touch made me leap, made my stomach roll.

You made me know a world without hard strife.

To with you anything I would do,

For you make my heart forever fly high.

Without you I am a gray, blackened hue,

For you only the finest I would buy.

The words I lack outside my beating heart.

You are amazing in every way,

From you I never want to be apart.

I would kill for you to forever stay,

But as the season turns, your love doth stop,

For I was not your choice of preferred crop.


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