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Sykolodyne Syko

Pierce Through My Heart

My perception ameliorates when love words are enumerate
My emotions differentiates the pain between promise n sworn
When love pierce thru Ur heart like swords
You'll fall off the keys in cords
Layin' blames of not playin the right cards
What they do is cried when ups turns down
I raise to my feet in defeat
When right turns left
When nothing is left
Only what u feel can be real
Only what u eat mill make u fit
Fit for the passion, into it with caution
Forbidden fruit taste sweetest
Regarding truth smells bitterness
For there to be but in life
There shouldn't be life in lies
With no frown; I'll b your crown
Always smiles is the sun when u are 'round
Always glow is the moon in the tickiest dark night
Illuminates my soul n leave my body as cole
Its unfair to put my feels under my shoe sole.

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 22, 2013
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