let me in

All he ever wanted was for me to be next to him, how simple love is, but we choose the excitement of complication. Now you experience the world, the worlds, and suddenly you pant and feverishly, foolishly, frantically search for that door that was open to you once before and as you approach it you wonder if it still holds the same invitation that was solely held for you, with no specifications of times nor of dates.


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