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Cupid Sent Starry Night
MM (3/16/60 / Macungie, PA.)

Cupid Sent Starry Night

Our children are friends
I know this is true, but
how much more am I to you?

Are you just another fading beauty
I'll hardly get to see?
It's happened before you know
Oh and don't forget
We're both married

Your gorgeous lock of hair
with a fresh rose scent
for a brief moment, adultery
need I repent?

One look at you
my soul did leap
recited some verse
you said I was deep

All in one night
those dreamy, sultry eyes
my guilt was strong
as I rushed your thighs

My soul yearns, to see you again
hoping, praying
you'll be my new friend

I felt your tears
I saw your pain
If that bastard hit you again
I'd go insane

Please don't ask me to drink
I won't go there, no more
end result, an empty bottle, hangover
and me on the floor

If I had a kingdom
I'd set you on my throne
I'd always be your friend
never, ever
leave you

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Comments (2)

A caring piece, but what is not ours we should leave and just pray for.
Matt, you roaming romeo! lol! I like this...a readers tease...The expectation of the devils advocate, but in the end it was chimeric and not to be....Great capture... FjR