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Tiku akp


Loving till death


How much I like to be in your arms
When time does not treat me nice
You let me forget all my pain
Your deep love does not have a price

How much I like to talk under the tree
With my head on your lap all day long
The sweet words you utter for our love
It seems to a kingdom of peace I do belong

How much I like to meet you in dark
When everyone has retired to bed
In tight embrace we hold each other
Above sky displays stars in its limitless spread

How much we wish to lay there still
And wait for the passion to rise high
Your heart takes my name and mines yours
The moon feels shy and slowly passes by

When death spells its charm on our souls
The fragrance of love our bodies will emit
The night weeps and world goes berserk
When lovers come to place flowers on our feet

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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