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the dance

the dance
By mybiteistrue on 10/25/2007
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A moment I'll remember for my life,
and never will forget in years to come;
the dullness of the weilded-at-me knife
for moments that will be with me so long.

Your sad eyes as you watched her broke my heart.
She rubben her first choice in the face she'd kissed
not long before she'd ripped your life apart,
dissolving into pain what once was bliss.

Adrenaline rushed through my broken veins.
I longed for your heart to beat just for you
or someone who would not cause you such pain
by breaking with a lie that which was true.

The slower songs ran through my ears and out.
I knew what I wanted, and what you thought.
My mission was to stop your thoughts about
a love you had that broke you then forgot.

The irony pulsed by and made me made.
The anger clamored through with silent harm.
I wanted you to think of what you had;
I wanted you to want me in your arms.

At second beat, I held you. Me you asked
if what I was doing was what you thought.
I said yes, and among our friends, we danced,
and camera flashes caught the perfect shot.

Beware my lingering love and waxing care,
as the moon grows from half, the night I chanced
A night with embarassment hung in air
for what I always wanted, and we danced.

© By mybiteistrue On 10/25/2007 7:12:04 PM
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