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 Gabriella Duck        (More) 5/20/2016
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 the old cottage jamieclaire        (More) 6/18/2015
 LOVE me (not) Without PASSION  Dooby        (More) 6/9/2015
 It seems not the love we find assisi        (More) 5/3/2015
 It Wasn't For Me, It Was For You reality1        (More) 4/9/2015
 Lonely Nights Eezebard_        (More) 3/31/2015
 The young Messiah assisi        (More) 3/30/2015
 delete delete        (More) 3/29/2015
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Gabriella

Tough, like she's tasted fire,
and she'll put you down with just her smile,
that beautiful mask hiding her true soul,
something very few know, or care to.

And we're all left alone in our heads,
no one to show or guide you,
and your broken bones go unnoticed,
because we never saw you, or even tried to.
We're caught in our own desire,
just butterflies swimmin' in your smile.

And her veil remains unlifted,
her true beauty kept hidden,
a symphony behind a heavy curtain.

Tough, like she's tasted fire,
a goddess hidden beneath her smile.

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