You always were the pair of hands that carried the weight of my world
You always were my sun 'round which the planets and stars swiftly swirled
I'd spend the rest of life with you locked in the warmth of your flesh
No one to interfere
No one to break up the mesh

Our dream was to wed as one
But now you'll only rest
As we lay you beneath the ground
In your wedding dress

White dove
Sleep, my love
Can't buy another try
White dove
Sleep, my love
Here lie dreams that die

The day you were born, you fell: fell from the black into earth
Little did you know you would change someone's life and its worth
You picked up the broken shards
And glued my life's glass back in place
The universe gave you to me to fill voids that ate time and space

Our dream was to wed as one
But now you'll only rest
As we lay you beneath the ground
In your wedding dress

White dove
Sleep, my love
Can't buy another try
White dove
Sleep, my love
Here lie dreams that die

Take a step back
And think of what my life will lack
Down inside I now rehearse my black hole universe

White dove
Sleep, my love
Can't buy another try
White dove
Sleep, my love
Here lie dreams that die

White dove
Sleep, my love
Can't buy another try
White dove
Sleep, my love
Here lie dreams that die


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    General Comment There went the face of his one true love, never to be seen again, gone for the rest of time.
    aj1388on January 23, 2011   Link

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