Euphoria


Oh, When the sun rays beam upon my soul,
No darkened thought can pierce my head at all,
Your smile instructs my heart to take a stroll
Through trees of green, where songbirds sing and call.

Each strand of hair dance through winter air,
The pavement be not worthy of your boots,
Embrace your head against my chest, ill share
My secrets so our love will not pollute.

Shall I give all my gentleness to you,
How cruel your thoughts and so very corrupt,
For I have suffered long whilst feeling blue,
Such bliss it brings to see you worshipped.

I believe it's all false now, and unkind,
Euphoria seems to hide in my mind.

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