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Angel’s Love to the Devil

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Her wings shown white like snow,

Her gown was an ocean as she flew.

Her skin glowed.

She was never blue.

Her hair shone like the sun,

flowing with her golden hair.

Her heart was taken by a loved one,

For this was rare.

His wings shown black like death,

His cloak was the night.

His cold breath,

He was never bright

His hair shone like the moon,

Messy, dull, and plain

How could he love her so soon?

This brought him pain

Forgetting the difference they had,

Forgetting that they were each other’s opposite

They only cared that they were glad

Their love was a strong device

They become one strong universe

Like the sun and moon, they made a change

With love a curse disperse.

Love grew to the outer most range

A tiny light and a tiny dark meet as one

Together, forever, their love will never be undone.

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