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maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Devil in Love


Call my name, take my hand
And stab me right in my heart
Call someone, curve the smile
And bury me in your wonderful arm

Call my name, come love none
And hold me with your starving thorns
Call someone, shut my sound
And drink me your sweet poison

Call my name, close my wound
And pierce me thousand more
Call someone, false the mourn
And leave my body in rain storm

Call my name, halt the breath
And whisper me the untold break
Call someone, queen kills clown
And scatter my soul in siren song

Submitted: Friday, March 05, 2010
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