AaI Harvey

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The kidnapper


The Kidnapper


Welcome to my cage; it has no key.
It’s my own Utopia.
I hope you like it here my love,
For I shall never let you go.


I am the ruler of our destiny.
I am King of both our worlds.
You may be the kidnapped Queen,
But I am the Master of this universe.


Prisoner of my love, prisoner of my love,
Prisoner of my love, I cannot let you go.
Prisoner of my love, prisoner of my love,
Prisoner of my love, I cannot let you go.


The day you crept into my heart,
Was the day I left the past behind.
The day I offered you my heart,
Was the day I allowed you to break my mind.


Now we’re both entrapped, by this feeling called love,
This need for each other has taken over us.
If we hurt each other, we both know we shall stay,
Because neither of us can simply walk away.


Prisoner of my love, prisoner of my love,
Prisoner of my love, I cannot let you go.
Prisoner of my love, prisoner of my love,
Prisoner of my love, I cannot let you go.


(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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