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Your eyes sparkle,
Your hair dances in the wind,
Your smile floats above this world.
I hate you.
Your eyes burn,
Your hair lights fire to the wind,
Your smile kills all in this world.
Yet I still love you.
Your laugh makes me smile when I'm feeling down,
Saving me from a depressed drown:
Your smirk is out to kill;
I am at your will.
Your spirit shines,
But who am I, a mere girl, to whine.
You make me worry, whimper, want and wish and will for something more,
You cheat, call, cry, crack the façade I have hidden.
I can't do anything to stop you.
I am defenseless against you.
And I love you.
I live each and every day, in constant fear,
That someone will find out,
Call us out,
Show the world what they won't want to see.
Since it's me,
I have no idea what I would do.
There would be no making those rue,
I would be ridiculed, provoked, snapped.
I would break.
You would more than break;
Your world would fall apart.
All that you knew, would disappear.
Stability would be out the window;
Kindness would have been long gone.
It is now.
You would lose your beloved, and the other one would be as good as dead.
I'll let you figure out who's who in your head.
I do love you, I do.
I forget you do too.