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AaI Harvey

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Romance isn't dead


Romance Isn’t Dead


Once upon a time in a galaxy far, far away,
There lived a young boy, smiling his way through all the pain.
He knew one day that love would shine upon him,
The people saw him suffer, but always with a grin.


Just one boy and just one girl,
An intimate, forgiving, unquestionable religion.
Love, life, death.
Romantic ‘til the end.
Happy being sad,
Confusing to his friends.


Faithless romantic, infamously sad,
Faithless romantic, infinitely sad.
Faithless romantic, the only thing I’ve ever had,
Infamously, infinitely, romantic ‘til the death.


She broke my heart, you wont see me smile,
The tears you see me crying, were her tears for a while.


Complete devotion, will let you down,
Because love steals your senses
And you crash to the ground.


Faithless romantic, infamously sad,
Faithless romantic, infinitely sad.
Faithless romantic, the only thing I’ve ever had,
Infamously, infinitely, romantic ‘til the death.


Some day soon, she’ll walk back through that door,
But my heart will still beat for her
And someone else will have her love.


Just one day, is all I had,
To show her all I could be, we could be,
We could last right through our deaths.


Faithless romantic, infamously sad,
Faithless romantic, infinitely sad.
Faithless romantic, the only thing I’ve ever had,
Infamously, infinitely, romantic ‘til the death.



(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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