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Dancing Shadows



Dancing Shadows
By InspiredMind on 01/07/2007
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Come with me, my love,
On this moonlit summer night,
Walk with me,
Beneath the grove of oaks,
Letting the moon's filtered light,
Tattoo its delicate design upon our skin,
As the shadows dance with the breeze.

Rich with the scent of the fragrant earth,
The night surrounds us with its beauty,
Feeling the fallen leaves,
Beneath our bare feet as we walk.

While we stop, listening,
To the rustling of the trees,
As they sway softly in the wind,
A peaceful, soothing feeling surrounds us,
For we are hidden under Night's cloak.

You draw close to me,
Nothing more than your hand touching
my soft pale white patterned skin,
And I feel my body combust,
With invisible flames at this first touch.
It is the nearness of you that overwhelms me.

I look up at you,
Catching a brief view of your silhouette,
Against the moonlit leaves above us.
My heart silently sings to you,
Beckoning you to come nearer.
And in quiet response,
You draw me into your embrace.

You and I are hidden from all eyes,
Except for maybe those of Artemis,
Who averts her gentle, virgin gaze,
Blushing with eternal innocence,
As I allow your thorns to pierce my soul.


© By InspiredMind On 1/7/2007 7:09:30 PM
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