"Sensory Receptor Inhibition"

Sonnet written by fabellara01 on Thursday 16, August %14

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inevitable indifference

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I know she knows what lies inside No longer shall be love deprive As flowers sprout, these words sprung out With her in sight, I sense no drought These hands I see lay top of yours These arms give hug for you adore And still, she sense no hint of love Has she no clue of all above? I guess I give too much attention No more, no less I gave affection She sets her eyes to her same kind Oh now I wish I hope I'm blind In her it's clear what lies inside Nothing to hide, set me aside

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