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    dots Submission Name: Speak Your Thoughts Lie To The Both Of Usdots
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    Author: oononotthatguy
    ASL Info:    35 M Fernley ,Nv
    Elite Ratio:    5.14 - 48/15/15
    Words: 224
    Class/Type: Poetry/Passion
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    Description:
       A time or two. A reminder of the way I use to be


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    dotsSpeak Your Thoughts Lie To The Both Of Usdots
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    Look into my eyes can you see the hidden arrogance, or the smile within? With unseen fingers I'll crawl up your spine and pull you close to me.



    "Do you know I am?"



    Let us get lost in a bliss.



    "This time kiss me for real."



    Entangle your jaw within my fingertips.



    Your lips are sweet, Memoirs of days gone by.



    "Speak your thoughts lie to us both"



    Why don't we introduce our Demons to one another? Let us laugh, drink wine and lie to each-other



    "Come and dance with me wickedly take my hand and look into my eyes."



    Now give me an hour and let me leave you as I found you.







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