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Wednesday, 4 November 2009
02:22:40 PM (GMT)
Sometimes, when I feel like it, I write poems and yesterday evening I wrote one,
inspired by one of my favourite songs.
I decided to upload it, I hope you like it 


Merely a dream,
Was the nightmare I had.
The voices I heard,
As well as the scream.
I can hear you, my darling,
I hear your voice as you sing.

The sweet tunes of your voice,
I have no other choice,
But avoiding you.

I avoid your sincere love,
And your sincere heart as,
I am sure I will break it.
Like the many stars above,
Break it in thousand pieces.

Fear my honour but also my hope,
As there is no-one else to cope,
With my very loving heart.
As I try to pull your heart,
To get your love out of you,
When you're not willing to give it to me.

For there is one thing you should truly care,
Receive, cherish, keep and share,
The love that comes out of your heart.
All for the love,
The love of you.

Comments 
‹{Viva}♥La♥{Vida}› says:   4 November 2009   321752  
I loves it lots, Josiiine! :D
 
Chealder says:   5 November 2009   221764  
@Little_Horror 

Thanks Joanna ^_^ 
 
queen_0f_hearts says:   5 November 2009   797576  
<3
I like it =) Which song did inspire you ?
 
Chealder says :   5 November 2009   560987  
@queen_0f_hearts 
The Mystic's Dream from Loreena McKennitt. Actually, the last two
lines from my poem are taken from that song, though the songtext would
say 'All for the love of you', she sings it like 'All for the love,
the love of you.'
But actually that song wasn't the only thing that inspired me for this
poem. One of my dreams I had inspired me as well  
 

 
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