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Curt Bville


Do you love, love? Do you feel it? Opem your eyes; do you see it?

It's a magical world, that will put you on cloud nine.

It's paradise; come and take a little ride.

Come into a world that's filled with passion, clear your mind cause there can be no distractions.

Let it take you a flight blasting through the clouds; so unbelievably fast, at the the speed of sound.

Surrender to it don't you dare fight, cause I know your mind is telling you this is wrong, but your heart is saying that this is right.

Do you love, love? Do you feel it? Open your Eyes; Do you see it?

Sometimes it's as clear as the day, other times it's as dark as the night.

So once you get a hold of it, hold on with all of your might.

It's like a breath of fresh air as you begin to wake, that tinglely sensation that gives you chills as you shake.

A scary feeling when it first begins; adrenaline rush that you don't want to end.

It's like bringing in the New Years and hoping for that perfect kiss, or blowing out your birthday candles as you make a wish.

So look me in the eyes as I ask you this.....

Do you love, love? Do you feel it? Open your eyes; Do you see it?


Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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