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To Be Forgotten

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I'd love to kiss you.

Hold your hand

With teenaged angst.

to swim in your eyes

And feel a tidal wave of love.

I want to be,
And breath

For you and only you

And vow my heart,
Before the moon.

But all ships set sail,
Upon that dreary sea.

Into salty storms and hurricanes;
That whirl us,

Into memories.



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enjoyed...James
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