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edward cullan

Rookie (1979 / winton)

cold as ice


with skin as cold as the night wind
with the ice of my hand u jump
throught the cold night u see me sitting
throught the hot days i am gone out of sight

ice for skin and heart
no emotions cold as ice
nice as the cold wind
the brease of ice

skin as ice heart of ice
face of gems
no feelings no love in sight
frozzen in time till u arrive

ice for a heart gems for skin
frozen cold by time
stuck in past with love
love of life n love of self

Submitted: Saturday, July 11, 2009

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