sweet mystique


Will You?


you came around uninvited
with the promises heard a million times
believed in you without hesitations
felt your love that lifted me high

will you stay a little longer?
hold my hand a little tighter
kiss me with a burning desire
melt the ice, wrap me on fire.

will you chase my blues away?
bring happiness that never sway
keep your eyes straight to mine
hypnotize me like a vampire.

will you drive away the rain?
so the sun will shine without pain
will you save me amidst of the storm?
take me to a place where peace is born.

will you play the guitar for me?
hear my heart that sings freely
will you prepare a box of bandage?
so you can fix me when I'm wounded.

Submitted: Sunday, August 12, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 13, 2012

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