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sandy nobody

(midwest, usa)

Circus of Love


welcome to the circus of love
step right up and join in
first walk thru the funhouse
thats where it all begins

next you must try a few games
theres something for everyone
the losers must start again
the winners get to move on

welcome to the circus of love
come inside see the acts
just sit back, relax and watch
if you like, check the facts

we have it all, in this circus of love
we have the clowns and jugglers
the animals, tightrope walkers
stunts, freaks, players and smugglers

welcome to the circus of love
if you lose dont get discouraged
come back, try again
keep up the courage

Submitted: Friday, November 24, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 27, 2010
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  • Brian Dorn (11/24/2006 10:14:00 AM)

    Great metaphor, Sandy... love can be quite a circus indeed. Well done!
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