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April 11th, 2007, 06:43 PM
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<div align="center">Juliets Lament

Screaming to the wind my silent pleaís
As the pounding rain drags me to my knees
Iíve fallen hard and fallen fast
How long will this anguished existence last?
On the forgotten shores of heaven above
Lies my beauty, my impassioned love
If I sleep now just to dream of you
Iíll wake alone, with no one to turn to.
I close my eyes and raise my face
I feel that warm yet lost embrace
His hands glide around my waist
Passion, sweet passion on his lips I taste
Moulded together by desire
His touch sets my flesh on fire.
Then the chilling wind reminds me
That the love I felt was fantasy
Overcome with grief I feel once again
The memories of that day remain,
I held you close with your dying breath
Your body growing cold with icy death
The clouds like angelís now drifting low
Thereís pain inside I canít let go.
The dreams I had are growing cold
Of love and hope and growing old
I lay a blood red rose upon your grave
Mourning that which I couldnít save
For there never was a song of more woe
Than this, Julietís lament of her Romeo</div>
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April 12th, 2007, 05:54 PM
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That was beautiful...made me tear up. LOL!
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Awww thanks
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