Royal Tears. - Poem by Jonathan Lavigne
Darkness surrounds me the light amist...
air tight my bubbles goes around anything but bliss...
Feels as though my crown was tiffed.
Rollin around in my bubble so me...
How can I ever roam so free...
You told me you care... what I fateful pair...
sitting here now with my feet in the air.
Locking the door... Ipod so loud
no one can hear the tears so i can stay proud.
Scars only skin deep, but permanent the same...
I guess it's really only me to blame.
I'm stuck in this situation for love or for fame?
Really... it's when I met you that I won the game.
My past was never so tender or bliss
really my life was a shot in the dark... but i missed.
Looking back now, you were a tresure I should have seek...
but no worries we're back on our feet!
I plan on showing you... it's not to much to claim...
Besides its you im after... screw the fame.
as long as you're in my life... theres not a minute in shame.
infact... I once heard you say it's the charm and intelligence that will be the claim...
Not some money or a tiny bit of fame.
So I write this poem and dedicate it to you... My tears are royal...
Forever crystal blue.
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