Aiden Florence

(Los Angels)

Amorous Anecdote


A anecdote
Prince and Princess
So beautiful
I can almost sense the light

My anecdote
Filled with memories of solitude
Pages torn apart
By all the irony
Of the world too beautiful to resist

In all these pages
I feel like I’m missing something
Beauty and optimism of your existence
I feel like I’m missing someone
And that someone is you

What I love so dearly
Is so bitter and severe
Like a beautiful heart
Burning inside my amorous anecdote

In the end
All I can reminisce
The splendor and bliss
Of all the times I spent with you
And the heartfelt message
You left behind
‘I Love You’

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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  • Casey Gauthier (4/9/2008 7:51:00 AM)

    I surely do like it. and you know I like to pick my favorite lines. these are them: Pages torn apart
    By all the irony
    Of the world too beautiful to resist (Report) Reply

  • Lilly Mandrell (4/9/2008 12:32:00 AM)

    I like this... Its kide of better, but sweet at the end. Agin, I love your emotion. It spills from my computer! : ] (Report) Reply

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