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Forget YouI just want to forget.Forget your face,Forget your smile,Forget you.But I know I can’t,Because forgetting you,Would be forgetting a part of me.
P a i n t i n g Her r o s e s R e dI remember that girlIn the autumn dreary all those years agoWhere a heart beat was the drumming of rain dropletsAnd a smile was the burning tongues of maples set ablazeI remember how a beautiful smirk died slowly like the fawn liliesAnd how a copper stare could rustHow baby's breath grew breathlessAnd how the ribs poked painfully like the jagged tree branchesI remember birch stripes on her wristsAnd yew on her tongueHow her flavor was of hawthornA bitter comb of honeyI remember how a pall of fog was her dressingAnd how climbing ivy was her nooseHow she pushed daisiesAnd caught only cobwebsI remember the violets on her sidesAnd the weeping willow in her eyesI remember how her roses weren't red enoughAnd how she slid tiger grass along her throat to paint them