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Nectar's Beach

I remember you,
I’m only starting to forget,
The words you’ve said,
The way your smile lit up the night,
Inside us was where the ocean and sky had met,
The melody and the lyrics were read,
Simple time of our lives slipped away out of sight,
You were alone, and you still are,
I’ve loved you enough to free you,
To take your misery to create my own,
But you aren’t here anymore.

Above the ocean is your star,
In your absence, it soothes,
It calls to you that this is your home,
Your wishes will be forgiven by the ocean’s roars.
And this flowing water has not seen you,
For your pressure has pushed you away from here,
Dripping with words of feigned nectar,
Effusive tongue of adoration calls to her,
She is me, and I have fallen for the poison,
Haunting my memories of the rising sun,
The same sun that pours life into the dark sky,
It stretches across the horizon,
Back to my own life by the sea,
The first place I had met you.



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