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Haze and fog dances around us the sun tries to make its appearance breaking the thin clouds - but hiding form the darkest ones There is a song playing in the background paving emotions all over us Here we stand silence but full of words and desperation The trees are swaying to the music and the thunder pounds a sweet beat The lightening outlines natures smile and hypnotizes us with the longest stare The sky is filled with pinks and dark purples crashing into one another Dusk and the silver moon go so well together tonight Breezes we can taste wisp by our faces whispering something only we can understand I can feel the heat raise form the ground - pinch me so I know Im not dreaming My eyes wander to where he is and he speaks something special with his glance Its raining now I close my eyes He catches my smile this time I dont hide The drops slide down the rainbows surrounding us as we catch them with our skin Beautiful is the word that can only describe this moment this secret this feeling only we share I notice a flower by my feet lonely yet proud Then I look at him - strange how much they resemble one another Then everything is quiethe sings a simple note controlling me and numbing my body with pleasure My heart beats fast like a drum Hes silent now so silent it scares me A blast of wind shoves me closer to this face I love to stare at I can see his lips gleaming in the light his eyes so blue and deep I feel like I can see inside him like nobody else can see him in pain and see his wonderful outlook on life Its like the glow around him is spinning around me and entering my body Its growing darker now lightening holds our electric bodies revealing our silhouettes Stars
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