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Alaki line blues



Alaki line blues
By Kewayne_Wadley on 03/31/2014
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If only I could feel your stare,
The understanding of what's felt behind your eye,
Warm sighs that long to breathe into the hellos of tomorrow,
Why be afraid to fall into the depth of abundance you already know,
Selfishness of yourself,
As I can feel the warmth that no longer wishes empty hellos,
Each passing stare becomes fantasy,
Beckoning to meet need of realities grace,
A simple yes to the brink of your sighs,
The gentle craving that bares no secrets,
Tamed by the cosmos that rapture the golden halos that are your eyes,
The needing to cress,
The fulfillment of living out forever in a day,
Why be afraid to fall into the depth of abundance you already know,
Selfishness of yourself as heaven bares no darkness,
Sunlight tiptoes across the shadows of your face,
Seducing the darkness with the splendor of heavens touch,
Leaving fear in vain,
As deep down it unknowingly becomes purpose,
If only I could feel your stare,
Night would no longer search for days bliss,
As day becomes night,
In the sight of your eye,
Sultry lisps that gleam from the halo of your eyes,
All along becoming love in your stares,
Selfishness of yourself

? By Kewayne_Wadley On 3/31/2014 2:18:13 PM
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