blind love

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There once was a loyal dog, who was golden- and loved his master.   His master threw a ball in the road, and he thought, "I'll just run a bit faster".  
The sound of my head recalls sweet kisses, Our moments drum close to rhythm danceable, And how do I take your yes for no, Your sudden intentions to let go of me.
Love is as sweet as honey, yet True love is a steel chain that stretches over the broadest ocean. A feeling as delightful as sunlight, yet
Light of my life, Light in the dark, I wish that were true. You would never let me look up, But now I have
Here lies the man who lived a live without a plan. He ran the world via the seat of his pants and burned time with a dance. He lies here cold and still. His tale of his death shall make you ill,
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