What I would do for thee * (Warning love poem)
What I would do for thee
Is so much more than usual.
I do not like pain,
But for thee I would
Bleed for eternity.
No, I am not crazy,
I just love you that much.
I would bleed so much
You would see an Ocean,
For I am yours forever,
I do not kill people,
But for you I would sing
Like a Siren, just to lure
You in. No I am not a seductress,
I am just crazy for thee,
What I would do for thee,
I would even get a dagger,
Slit my own throat and let
Blood spill out.
No, I am not suicidal,
I just do so much for thee.
What about you?
What would you do for me?
Would you fall off the tallest tower,
Hold your breath forever,
Run across the sea,
Just to get to me?
Would you carve your life out if
Mine is leaving so I could
Have life too?
No, you would not be crazy,
It just shows so much
What I mean to thee.
THE OTHER SIDE OF ME
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