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Write to Me of Flowers and Meadows.

  Write to me, of flowers and meadows and sights that leave you breathless and alive… Paint me a sunrise of smiles, of melodies that take my breath away. Move me with your moments of joys and sorrows, of strength, that took you through it all. Walk me through your dreams of greatness, and  ...

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Find Me. {poetry}

  Winter’s running late as spring hesitates to arrive And yet all I see, are hues of a heart so vibrant and alive I would catch the fastest sail to be by your side If only moments like these could convey all that’s raging inside I have always found your face, whenever I look at mine  ...

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If I Still Wrote. {poetry}

  The footsteps have faded into the crowd and throngs, The voices faint, I don’t hear them anymore. But if I still wrote love, on the pangs of waiting, you’d speak again. Sleep, wakefulness, silence — no matter — will be deafeningly alive, Of a hand held, of songs raw to this  ...

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To Take A Lover In The Fall {poem}

To take a lover in the Fall, When the sunlight slants golden Is ideal.   Tumbling softly, slowly Floating and falling with the leaves And landing in heap.   Autumnal in hue and flavor. Persimmon. Pomegranate. Pear. Crimson kisses on bare limbs.   To take a lover in the Fall,  ...

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