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when the sun and moon are lost in the sky gone stark,i’ll be your star to show you the way in the dark
I'll never sleep again, if it means, Getting to see you; to prolong my life, By an indeterminable ammount of time. However long it takes to know you made it home safe.
When I want to lay & rest, your body fits mine and we talk until our eyelids grow heavy  To grub and to hug all through the night & even when It’s hot Man that’s sounds good like when you play
The moments, ordinary, have started adding up, From sharing meals together, or coffee in a cup, Subtract the times when sadness had tried to seize the way, As love returned with gladness; a new and brighter day. -
Would it be OK if I took some of your time? Would it be OK if I wrote you a rhyme? Would it be OK if I opened your heart?
Sends shivers down your spine Gives you the chills Freezes you to the bone Raises your hairs   Yet it’s oh so kind It comforts us
It’s as pure as a white rose it’s as bright as a star in the night our love is magical something you can see from a mile away it’s everlasting what we share no one can destroy it
So many ways you put me in a daze: Your alluring curve and masculine scent; The way your smile assaults the haze And rescues me from being spent, Worn from countless hours in the craze.
Two men, one island. A single fruit on the trees. Friends until the end.
Laying alone on the gritty, ecru sand the grains dance about your eyelashes, teasing knowing you're envious of their dance partner. The dunes sigh as the wind sifts through and carries 
A monkey is in a tree by the ocean by the sea In a tree all on its own Free to roam And inhale the ocean breeze
Secluded in a frozen tundra Bundled with layers of furs This trek is a hard one From what I concur To animals approaching, I thrust my spear To snowstorms on the horizon, I hide in fear
He just took a visit to my heart,Wondering around until he realized....I was getting comfortable with his presents,Left my eyes a glisten but I never let a tear fall,  
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