by Junyuan /3
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my heart, and your wine glass.
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Let me be your substitute,
be your lover for a day,
or just one date,
to show the world,
i have someone to call my own.'
To fool the world,
that this miserable boy,
has someone by his side,
he would fool everyone,
the pain and agony,
etched on his face wont show,
he will hide them,
like how he had always did,
under the beautifully feigned smile,
are the ugliness of hatred, jealousy and bitterness,
when the sky wears the moon as its pendant,
his tears would flow freely in the darkness,
and no one would ever find out,
the things he hid,
carefully burying them in the deepest corner of a cold thing called - heart.
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|Reviewed by Cathy Delaleu
|My goodness, your version of Valentines is "sweet", you are well-versed with your lyrics and don't hold back which is wonderful for it keeps the reader wanting more|
|Reviewed by J M
|The heart can be cold and this is so well penned thank you for the wonderful expressions.|
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|"when the sky wears the moon as its pendant," Awesome line! Marvelous poem! You express your passion so well! Bravo!|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|So sad! I hope you gain your wish! excellent poem!|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|"When the sky wears the moon as its pendant" is a wonderful and powerful poetic image.