Treasure Island

Crimson Love

(18 / Prince Charming)

The Skeleton Butterfly

A skeleton butterfly, Kisses my cheek,
A kiss so sweet,
It floats around the air, where death has been,
Always following me, for death has always been to close to touch,
Its beautiful bones, and wings of Crimson embers, Is left as a reminder that death Lives within us all,
he'll pay you a visit the cost is small,
This beautiful creature of death, left to ponder the living,
Lost in the sarrows of humans Frightened be fear,
It clings to me for life has more meaning when Death visits and leaves,
Lost in the devils eternity,
A butterfly stays with those touched by death, forever there friend,
when the world has left.

Submitted: Thursday, September 22, 2011
Edited: Friday, September 23, 2011

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