Waltz For Zizi
A Different Fairytale
A different shape of her heart,
a creature of obsessive beauty,
a star born from the remains of another.
Fell from the sky's infinite blue
in love with the beast of beast
the rejected part of a god's heart.
Distance began to fade, transformed into a dream
as she, before him came
and a bride of two worlds became.
And we, the little ones, the race of humans
vanished in the collision of an earth and a sun
accidentaly in love with each other.
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