Pain and Suffering


Oh the tragedy of being dejected,
The tears dwell of sacrifice indeed,
To satisfy me with a simply ecstatic kiss,
I shall find romance again.
The torture I seek made me worry,
As my affection slowly fades away.
My vast heart feels claustrophobic from the agony,
Couldn't bare a recollection of that oddly night,
Nothing but miserable feelings I pursue.
Oh the tragedy of being dejected,
The tears dwell of sacrifice indeed,
To satisfy me with a simply ecstatic kiss,
I shall find romance again.
To assuage the agony, I shall find love again.
To depart all this dishearten,
I shall abandoned throughout the starry night,
The miserable, the agony, the torture shall evaporate,
Into the stray night.
So slow, too desperate to wait,
So impeded,
Soon the agony will dissipate.

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