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Sweet&Salty


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Sweet, yet salty splendor, must your strip me of my pride and leave me with nothing but gratitude?
I encounter you once more.
I welcome your consequences.
See?
All of his beauty is worth any of your pain.
Sweet, yet salty love, let your positivity reign.
Must you always end and cause us disdain?

The fear that you bring causes us to run away. The light that you shine into our lives creates a magnetic field that compresses two souls together.

But, I must see through my foggy vision. Reality can be harsh.

Sweet, yet salty love, spare me the pain that drowned me in the past.

Let your positivity rain.

darling, domo

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