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He loves me not



Flowers bloom enterically aching to be set free
Its thorns clutching butterflies that dared fly around
Colliding desires
He loves me, he loves me not
Ignorant flower, expanding thorns tormenting
4 valves reacting for he loves me not
Shrieks and pulsating sentiments
The butterflies reach a fragile climax
Daisy
Flowers wither for he loves me not
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Submitted by Whoops021 on May 09, 2021

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