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Eloise by Damon Alexander Hendricks

Updated: Sep 1, 2021 your dreams,

Parts of me I couldn't be.

The winds remind you of me,

And the sweet scent of embraces I couldn't give.

Lustful gaze at me from the moon,

Thought of others consume you.

Enquire what my penance be for causing these warmth on thee.

I walked away, your Eloise. The rose the wind blew away from your reach.

You say forgive, but I can't be all that you need. I can't be your Eloise.

The man I wouldn't need, cries for Eloise and mourns her.

But I went away a name and left behind a love so tortured'

Eloise by damon alexander hendricks


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