A/N: Written from the point of view of both lovers (in two parts). I don't know if this can be called a duet.

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"The smiling world on a sunny day

Can turn so cold on a tear;

Or is it only showing me,

Whatever be that I fear?"

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"How can it be that such coincidence

Be foolishly termed irony?

When all there is, is a mirror

And just you and me."

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"The world does show a fickle side,

Loosing heart in its own;

Being as the mirror vain,

Scarcely willing to atone."

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"For when it's done with its play

And in darkness gaily slumbers,

You're still left awake to dwell

In the light of glowing embers."

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"Until you come and sit by me,

Beside the dying fire,

To watch the stars light the night

Like a shining knight's attire."

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"What colours do those stars behold?

What secrets do they spy?

What heaven do they long to find

As they dance across the sky?"

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*Switch P.O.V*

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"I'll hold your hand as you awake,

Be the dream your eyes have seen;

I'll walk with you out to the field,

Like a stag that treads the green."

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"Over the sparkling brook so quick

That ripples and gleams by day;

Under the wilting, withering bough

That gave the willows secret away."

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"Step over the wild roses sweet

That smile from under a thistle;

Stoop under the hiving bees that may

Hum and sing as they bristle."

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"Run with me over rocks and pebbles,

That sink beneath your joyous feet;

Under the jaded hills awaiting

Their long lost blooms to greet."

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"Onto the meadows heart so wide,

Gently rolling over the crease,

Calling us children to sing along

Like dandelions on a breeze."

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"And all is well with the world

When our happy hands entwine;

And may jolly ever be the rhyme

Of a heart that echoes mine."

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