In Shakespeare’s Language


Thine lips spake words that captivates thy soul
Made this body shiver and long for more
Yet if asked, these things I shan’t confess
Unless I’m kissed and rendered defenseless
Never hath this eyes seen a more glorious sight
That ever after shall be etched in thy mind
If thou cease to exist, how does one live
Perhaps the lone one shall just die in grief
No more us nor we, no more you and me
O what a tragic world that seems to be
Cut out this heart before it starts to bleed
It’s the only way for it to be freed
Love and pain basking in the ball of fire
Willing and able to cross any line.

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