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Daniel Warner

Rookie - 10 Points (8-4-95- -Y2K / Fresno, CA)

Love and Lust


Lust is blinding
While love is true
Love gathers souls in binding
As lust cuts trust in two.
While early on we thought we had it all
Though twists and turns made us fall.
Blind to intuition, we had faults,
Blind to faults, we create scars,
But I didnt care
I'd give her the stars.
Give her everything,
That was on my mind
Well all along
I was just walking blind.
Material objects were just that,
They didnt matter, neither did I
Too bad it was too late,
It was over in the blink of an eye.

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic(s): love


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  • Rookie - 23 Points Marco Angelo (10/8/2014 11:08:00 AM)

    nice write.
    yeah, it shows how some people are still in the dark about these two terms :) (Report) Reply

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