Treasure Island

Sykolodyne Syko


Won't Leave Your Side


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: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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