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Your Majesty

Your Majesty
By Stephen on 10/05/2011
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I long to capture your smile in my craving mind

And stare within your lustrous eyes,

Whilst getting drunk upon the incense upon your skin;

I could reside within your musk-rose air in fine fettle in a dying


Your Majesty I come within a humble calmness,

To heed to your common even though distant splits us,

And lonesome, O loathsome lonesome haunt us.

Im cooped and now have quelled in the twinkling of

My blaring emotions, to which Your Majesty is crypt

In my dreams.

I convey nothing but great respect, but

Your Majesty is a crook who as stole every emotion

I once hid in land which coiled and perished in abandon


Never have I met a friendlier Queen, a splendid being,

A tempest without pretense, one who bereft me out of

The wretched eyes of days freighting eve.

Your Majesty I wish not to disgruntle your dawn,

But today I yearn for a kiss, from the richest of

Your lips.

I glance at night stars bored, but in wondering,

I saw you wishing upon the same star to which my wishes

Rest on, Your Majesty what are you wishing for?

Is it for me, likewise mine is for you.

I wish

I wish

I wish

Will they ever come true?

(Your Majesty is a code name)

By Stephen On 10/5/2011 12:33:45 PM
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