Cleo Blue

Rookie (Midnight / The Dark Cloud of Angels)

Love is pure

Love is pure
Yet hazes your eyes
And you cant think straight

With every word
Is a trail
And we always take the bait

I'd love to say
The pain gets easier
But not in anyway
Just easier to hide

You want to get on this ride
Go ahead but are you sure
One wrong turn is heartbreak
And that you cant cure

You want to be on this ride
Are you really sure?
If you get scared
Dont go run and hide
Remember love is pure.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I'll fix the grammar another time and this one is FOR SURE not one of my best.... But its comparing love to a ride if you didnt get that GIVE ME A BREAK I MADE IT ON THE FLY! ! Sorry i cant be as awesome as your prerfect selves jeeze.... So anyway please coment and i'll love you forever, or till i die, or till you die, or till my dog dies [NO LILY YOU DONT HAVE TO DIE YET] Sorry thats my dog Tiger Lily she is AWESOME Stil please comment

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