First day of winter it is with a sound of a fallen rain she insist.
The unclear sky with a covered fog
Like a pillow where I lean my dreams all along
Cold water and a summer breeze
Where memory is not what I need
The warmth and cozy vibe I recall
The short days and long nights where I can free fall
White snow all around the smell of fire that surround.
In the end its the polaroid I hold where there is no picture and no story unfolds.
I’ve got no excuse but to let it go
It will be the last Christmas till I show.
I wake in the dark and remember it is the morning when I must start by myself on the journey I lie listening to the black hour before dawn and you are still asleep beside me while around us the trees full of night lean hushed in their dream that bears us up asleep and awake then I hear drops falling one by one into the sightless leaves and I do not know when they began but all at once there is no sound but rain and the stream below us roaring away into the rushing darkness
<p><b></b> Taika leans in. Daiki does it too. And their face met beautifully.<p/><b></b> At first it's a mere lip-touch. But soon it became a competition, of who could suck and bite the other's tongue.<p/><b></b> It make a lewd sound, and Taika's face flushes as she hear it. But Daiki's lips was an ecstasy. And something made her sure that she should continue the competition.<p/><b></b> But when Daiki slowly take back his lips, Taika didn't even try to continue the kiss. She just stare at him and smiled. Making his face hued red.<p/><b></b> "Taika …," he said, as he caresses her hair.<p/><b></b> "Yeah?" oh my god. What's wrong with Taika's voice? It sounds so spoiled, and so not her!<p/><b></b> "I love you."<p/><b></b> Taika's face got hotter and redder, and all she could do was to reply him with "I love you too."<p/><b></b> When Daiki leans in again, she heard something that sounds annoying in her left ear.<p/><b></b> She opens her eyes and found that her alarm clock has been beeping since the last minute.<p/><b></b> She turned that alarm off and trying to got back to sleep. But she couldn't.<p/><b></b> And all she could do is to throw her alarm clock across the room for ruining her dream.<p/></p>
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