Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun


~Love Sick~


Aren't you sick of candy hearts,
and love letters trimmed in lace?
The same old words, 'I love you.' and
'I long for your embrace.'

The endless adoration,
I'd dig ditches in adulation.
Such fanaticism peels my soul.

Don't think that I'm cold hearted,
It's just this 'love thing' and I
have parted.

2005
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Aren't you sick of candy hearts
and love letters trimmed in lace?
The same old words, 'I love you, ' and
'I long for your embrace'.

All the endless adulation,
such selfless adoration
sheer fanaticism peels my soul.

Don't think that I'm cold hearted,
It's just this 'love thing' and I
Have parted.

2009

Submitted: Friday, July 15, 2005
Edited: Friday, February 13, 2009

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