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Taija Nichole Hoover

Rookie (March 12th,1987 / Tampa Bay, Florida - currently in Michigan)

Immortal Kiss


Come with me, let me show you where to play

A new fantasy, a new life a new place to lay

Come with me, let me show you my path

I promise to hold you close

You have nothing to fear

For I am the Darkness that you see

Look for my soul, be brave my Dearest

Look into my eyes....you'll be surprised to what lurkes inside

My passion and hunger for lust

Is nothing new to me tonight

Take my hand and we'll take flight

Let me give a gift of promised pleasure

One so rare...can you go the measure

Tonight you become one with my soul

Tonight we become one

Tonight I give you my kiss to Darkness

Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2005

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