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A Poem by MagicMJ

Author: MagicMJ
Created: February 06, 2011 at 01:20 am
Upload Type: Poem, T (13+)  
Category: Lyrics | Love | General/Other
Upload Stats: 5 Stars by 1 users with 2 comments and 195 views

My Surreal Love  

Another midnight blues is calling
The sun is fading and I am falling
Into the darkness, my eyes are crying
Emotions burning and I am dying

Please hold me now, I need you here
My mind is wondering make it clear
My body is shaking make it still
Just touch me now make me feel

Moonlit glows through my face
Teardrops sparkle with grace
Flashing gloriously in my eyes
So beautiful, sadness shines

So take me now to where you are
It might be hell but I don't care
By your side I will find refuge
Release my soul from my cage

Just touch me gently
Whisper to me softly
Touch my heart deeply
My surreal love...

© MagicMJ - all rights reserved

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Comments & Reviews

September 06, 2013
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this is very sweet

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February 06, 2011
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"My Surreal Love" is a prerequisite, a storehouse of inner strength to
survive what it is we do to one another. The jaunt to hell finds two
human of beings beside one another. To subsist on less and less in
the black of it all. You could've as easily been asking yourself for
companionship throughout the poem. Regardless, your poem's
solitude gnaws.

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