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At this point I set wakeful
 I don't want to shut my eyeballs
 reasons, I recognize I will daydream of you
 and I don't desire to descend in love
I am mêlée and worried
 you are exquisiteness outside of contrast
 I am saddled and out of order
 you are a cache vigorous for a queen
Now you are in this far off place
 hence charismatic
 therefore faultless as you are
 something I can by no means embrace
 you are a vision come true
 but merely in my dreams
So I can't slumber
 reasons if I do
 I will perceive you
 moreover my mind will bring to a standstill
Reasons, you take my inhalation away
 you capture me on a in a natural habitat journey
 to a dwelling I in no ways have been
 however then I awaken
Now you are with me in this far off place
 so enchanting
 So faultless as you are
 Something I can by no means embrace
 You are a reverie come true
 But simply in my fantasies
You are that blissful finish
 something simply a hardback can put in the picture
 Just a motion picture on the full-size television
You are more to me
 at this moment you will ever make out
 something I will in no way split
At the present I desire
 that anywhere
 Even in a different existence
 I could be your lady
 to your gentleman
Nevertheless I can't descend in love
 for the reason that is simply intended in
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

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I use poetry to release my inner most deep feelings. Poetry is my outlet to all. Its my therapy, for all that I have gone through and gonna go through.. A place where I'm able to say what I want. Whether criticized or agreed upon. Somewhere I can totally let down my hair. Think as I wish, Think as I can. Somewhere i can be me, and not care who knows, or sees me. No judgement, complete freedom to be me. more…

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