Love songs of light

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Love songs of light,
where ever you are.
How come my siren
song doesn't bring
you to me?

I've lived through
the deadness of the
night. Yet I crumble
at the thought of
losing you.

Once you came
to me. My face
mirroring in your
eye.

Your fleet surrounded
me. I plundered under
for my safety, why
dost thou want to
kill me?

You left and didn't
care that I loved you,
and still do. To you I am
merely something to
mount on a wall.

Sometimes the
wind pushes these
vocals to the sea.
Bringing the birds
and the bees.

My sailor now
come to me.
I will show you
my luminescent way.

Love songs of light,
where ever you are.
How come my siren
song doesn't bring
you to me?

Whales reside at my
feet as well as the
serpents from
the deep. All except
you.

India to the Carribean,
fleets come hither to
my voice. You are
untouchable, and
unbreakable.

Men trying to court
me. My hearts desire
resides in thee, though
you will have none of it.

Tonight, where ever
you are. I will sever
these ties that bind
our hearts.

Conditional chance,
if you will proceed.
I will leave one hour
open for thee.

I see your ship
beckoned to my
last call. Then
the sky began to
fall.

The sky with silver
anger. Your body
floats to the top
and now your soul is
in a heaven no longer
in danger.

Love songs of light,
where ever you are.
How come my siren
song doesn't bring
you to me?





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