Roses are Red ~Give the famous poem a different ring
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bellawritter23: Give the famous poem a different ring..... Roses are red, violets are blue
"Original poem by Sir Edmund Spenser It was upon a Sommers shynie day, When Titan faire his beames did display, In a fresh fountaine, farre from all mens vew, She bath'd her brest, the boyling heat t'allay; She bath'd with roses red, and violets blew, And all the sweetest flowres, that in the forrest grew. Roses are red violets are blue sugar is sweet and so are you.asked by bellawritter23
In theory roses are supposedly red
And so is our little love bed
As on my flesh your little demons have fed
Until lots of blood has been shed
Can you see the hate that fluctuates whenever I say your name?
Can’t you see that even in the dark you have over burned our flame?
And when the violets turn black as love fades
And death claims my cold heart with its blades
Deny it but you know your love ain’t that sweet
Sometimes it knocks us off our feet
And as you sank your fangs into my skin
And I watched everything burn in a spin
And when the cold settles to rip my heart
Will you be merciful as you tear it apart?
And I tensed under your skin against mine so coarse
I will eternally remember those little words of yours
Roses are red violets are blue
sugar is sweet and so are you
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