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    dots Submission Name: Who are you, beautiful chimeradots
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    Author: emoxday
    Elite Ratio:    3.15 - 113/123/144
    Words: 143
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Longing
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       blah listening to Lareine "Metamorphose" He was singing this to me. It is like others I've done I know D : enjoy


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    dotsWho are you, beautiful chimeradots
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    Endless thoughts of you
    and to think you might never be true
    the pain is so insufferable
    my thirst for you so strong

    nights of endless void
    I crave you more when the stars are out
    an unfaltering face as clear as the moon
    with you I will always be content

    Everlasting empty skies
    The longing for something that will never come through
    trapped I can only muse over you
    and yet I can never know if you were an illusion

    you are the never ending sky
    I grasp the air but you're never there
    on the tip of my thoughts you are
    you've never spoken a promise to me

    And all I want to do it reach out and touch you
    all I want to know is that you are not the thought
    that I have dreamt




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