His Queen

Caged inside lovely palace walls
The king sits next to empty throne
A man so dignified he has it all
But must he tend it all alone?

How it he dwells upon the maiden fair
The one who stole his heart away
If only she were sitting there
Alas all he’s ever loved they never stay

Yet patient he rests upon his arm
Watching those large dark doors
For he is certain she isn’t far
Soon he’ll have the lady he adores

A queen so noble worth the wait
Her eyes as green as the sea
In firm gaze sets him straight
A prayer this maiden he soon might see

Until then caged inside his loneliness
The sk√°ld king whiles away the hours
Writing stories of love and happiness
For his queen the elegant flower

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Heartless

Like ice she leaves me cold, lonely
Filled with a despair when I remember
I am always stand by, back up
Certain she was talking to other men
Only to return when they leave
I swallow, cold, erect my walls
She broke the contract long ago
I won’t give her my heart
My head reasons away emotion
She faked such devotion
With false affections I mistrust
Every return she makes to me
When will I accept the truth
That I’m miserable with you

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Sailor Venus

The sound of your voice is painted
Like melody over my memory
I never will get over losing you
I keep wishing and dreaming
In all the stars I see your face
You are Venus, Aphrodite, a goddess
Though you know not how lovely
You are my divinity of love and grace
Most beautiful of all women
I lost you but I will find you once more
My love is yours, I’ll be the shadow you adore

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