Once upon a night of

Once upon a night of the lad, where glimpse and glimmer was what we once had

 Since that bolt of reality struck my mentality, I finally saw the ram

I was once a fair goddess and stern but sure modest when you came and you ruined my life

I must be quite honest you are liar and a scam

But the Scorpion loves the Crab and the Crab loves the Ram

As far as I could recall, you were so simple and so small

You were tiny and destructive, my first love so seductive

As pretty as a peach and as petty as Trump’s speech

You were the one I loved but we weren’t that productive

My love is now an ant all you need to use is deductive

The Scorpion loves the Crab and the Crab loved the Ram

It’s time to say goodbye

To the good to the great and to the bad and the terrible

Life is of an utterance and oh it’s so shy

My love for the Ram will finally die

The Crab loves the Scorpion and the Scorpion loves the Crab 

Will we seek the happiness we desire 

For the love of Venus be on our glove

We shall have the fun, we shall have the fire

There will be a time when we will tire 

But the crab knows the Scorpion’s true desire

 

The Crab loves the Scorpion and the Scorpion Loves the Crab

My love for the Scorpion will never die

A fools words can cause great destruction 

The grandest lie and the harshest cry

The screams of the damned “I hope you die”

The Scorpion loved the Crab and the Crab loved the Ram

 

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