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Gabriel Gauci Maistre

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How I Wish


Rushed to my house you did
Late in my dark night
Called me you did,
And awoke me from my sleep
Told me you were outside
And that I needed to come down

And so I did
And to my surprise I find you
Waiting on my doorstep
For me
Just like my rose was waiting on yours
For you
And as I came up to you
You pulled me close
And kissed me
Kissed me till the stars ran out

Oh how I wish this were true
Every night I go to sleep
Thinking of you
Thinking of us
An us that shall never exist

Submitted: Friday, April 27, 2012
Edited: Friday, April 27, 2012

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