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Author Name: FreeWind Whisperer 1 Comments
Date Added: April 08, 2005 14:04:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Let's lay down

next to eachother

without talking,

or making a sound.

Let's hold eachother

through this

cold, windy, rainy night.

Let me rest

my weary head

upon your chest,

so I can hear

the sound of

our beating hearts....


So, hush

don't make a sound,

just hold me

in your loving arms.

Let our hearts

beat as one.


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Comment By: PremiumLindaM on April 8, 2005 03:25:02 PM Report
Sooooo Romantic and lovely.
The only problem is the men usually
want much more than the embrace. (smiles)


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