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A Love Poem

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  • A Love Poem

    Dancing in the Winter
    by Miles Reid

    Oh how I long for the time,
    when we will dance in the winter snow.

    Our feet gliding on clouds of white.
    The imprinted footprints a frozen memory
    of the joyous time we shared.

    A frozen kiss leaving a warm stigmata
    of joyous remembrance.
    Gloved hands caressing as we twirl and gyrate
    through the fallen snow.

    Oh how I long for the time
    when we dance in the winter snow.
    For that time will be a frozen memory in my heart.

  • #2
    Re: A Love Poem

    Originally posted by manmiles
    A frozen kiss leaving a warm stigmata
    i liked this line quite a lot!

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    • #3
      Re: A Love Poem

      Originally posted by Poetgrrl
      Originally posted by manmiles
      A frozen kiss leaving a warm stigmata
      i liked this line quite a lot!
      I agree. Ok, so now I have this image and that of Lemec's edible furniture running consistantly through my head :lol:

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      • #4
        Miles,

        A very beautiful poem. In truth, excelent.
        Congratulations!

        Rita Maria Felix da Silva

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