|The Princess Trilogy
Author: Loren Fitzgerald PM
When one is left to realize the machinations of things he couldn't have, he has to accept the decisions made for him by things that have come before. What has this pupil taught this lonely teacher?Rated: Fiction T - English - Poetry/Romance - Chapters: 3 - Words: 757 - Published: 07-31-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3046556
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My Last Love (Princess Pt. 3)
Here's to the end.
Of you and me.
My dear, I will never let you go. My love. Say yes to me, as I call your name to breathe these words out. What you decide with my last breath to you, my darling, I think you can choose for yourself. The imagery of this, your graceful land, betroths me to an ideal wedding; Of an absolutely unrequited love, where one knows not the other. May I conquer this, your city, by leaving it alone.
I write songs of the destiny of I'll receive... Our spirits as collaborative in myriad with the beautiful, once Providence lays me asleep. Tired eyes mute the panic.
You, my love, are the greatest of all. The only one who can claim me, my bashful bride child. My pet, you are to be adored. Of all girls, may this love be the firmament that keeps me from the twilight of any enemies to return. Oh love, I seek thee beside your friends and know thee on the night I gave you this summon beside me. That night, I kissed the true bride herself goodnight. She whispered my name as she closed her eyes and bid me a last request;
My darling child, I adore thee! Oh Lord, my pain! Come back to me, sweetheart!
My only alibi, is that there is only one water by which my name is spoken.
Here comes the rain.
Here's to the funeral, a celebration of someone's death.
Here's to my last love.
"And if the sun refused to shine, I'd still be loving you... Mountains crumble to the sea, there'd still be you and me."
- "Thank You", who else?