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By Andydon on 02/14/2016
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My Dearest Juliet

As I watch you from your courtyard,

Your Hair flowing in the breeze,

The sun is shining on you, with a longing veritable ease,

It makes your eyes fill with moisture,

And your lips tremble like the sand,

I cannot discount them, at least getting out of hand,

I cannot wait, Juliet, to kiss you,

I cannot wait, Juliet, to hold you,

Will you ever notice me Juliet; I sincerely hope you do,

You passed me in the street a body?s width apart,

So close, that you can hear clearly, my beating drumming heart,

But, you do not see me Juliet, even though I stand so near,

I call, I signal, but you don't respond or hear,

I sigh, as you go by my side,

My breathing racing I will not lie,

You stop and turn and I am caught,

You drop your guard and chemistry is sought,

My love has found you, at long last,

We are struck with arrows from lovers past,

I now stand below your beautiful stage, and whisper Juliet,

And now you come to your balcony, each time as if we first met,

As my damsel in distress,

Juliet, I climb the ivy stairs for our lovers nest,

Let me hold you in my arms,

And place on you a Valentines kiss,

I?ll love you forever with vindicated charms,

Just To watch you from your courtyard and live a life of bliss.

Your Dearest Romeo

? By Andydon On 2/14/2016 2:37:03 AM
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