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"Winterized Love" By Clem Zheng


Winterized Love

Grip those affections in hands,

Love then slips between fingers.

Love, you have me in any case.

Build a fire in the snow,

In the most melting warmth,

Have a heart-to-heart,

Of the sincerest nonsense.

Long waits before the lights,

We'd have lingering kisses.

Love, please do not worry.

Let the heat flow as they please.

Around the enclosed car,

Into the half-closed elevator,

Settled in the wide open bedroom.

In the dead of winter, my love,

You are the sole flame I'd need.

I'm meant to fall for you, irresistibly.

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