A Victim Of 2 Degree Burn
Scars linger in the blazing night,
Crimson, dried out on your pretty face;
Beauty, still alive in your heart,
Forever the ember will gleam.
Moonlight, a smear of amber upon your earth,
Shiny like golden coins;
Ugliness, scribbled on your young look,
Pencilling silent words, drawing meaningless pictures.
O my dearest girl!
Diamonds are glittering within you,
Coal and fire have set your beauty ablaze;
Water is the love I give you, my dear.
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