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By Andydon on 10/16/2011
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Dearest Juliet

I watch you from your courtyard,

Hair flowing in the breeze,

The sun on your face,

Making your beautiful eyes water,

Your lips tremble with the wind,

Pink and puffy like the most silk of cushions,

I can't wait, Juliet to kiss them,

I can't wait, Juliet to hold you,

Will I ever have the chance Juliet,

You pass me in the street,

So close that you can hear my beating heart,

But, you don't see me Juliet,

I call, but you don''t hear,

I sigh as you go by,

But I know, that you and I,

Will be bound by the fates, forever,

You drop your guard and I appear to rescue you from your fault,

My love has found you at last,

We are struck with arrows of love and harmony,

I now stand in your courtyard, and whisper Juliet,

So you come to your balcony,

As my damsel in distress,

Juliet, oh my Juliet, stay with me forever,

Let me hold you in my arms,

Let me kiss you on the lips,

I now have the chance, Juliet,

To watch you from your courtyard,

Your Dearest Romeo

By Andydon On 10/16/2011 2:44:16 PM
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