Sykolodyne Syko


To Me To You; To Live To Death.


Sweet fragrance like that of scent leaf
When I go I'll come back; I can't leave
My aphrodisiac, the adjective that makes me live
Accept me rocking u all day; I need no leave
Boldly painted in vibrant colors
Stylish accent that lift the room of my heart with glamour
To nowhere am going; let them momour,
Forever stays to fulfill my promises; I concor!
To classic love lifestyle that never date but trends
The only place for my retreat is your side, where astonish moment blends
Where will I ever go? to nowhere but to a friend
The one who straighten all my bends
Breathing is so hard, dying is made easy
Leaving u is difficult while staying is simple
Won't leave not evEn in briefs
Break up to make up in times of grieves
Forbid not what I for-see
You need not what I forbid
To me to you, to life to death
To live as one.

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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