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Moonlight In The Sun



Moonlight In The Sun
By egypt on 10/26/2007
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She had never gone that far:
Her heart was young and ignorant;
Her beauty was strong and radiant;
And in eyes was the virgin dance that ignited pure desire.
She wanted to drink fresh water,
So I offered her a cup from my bedside.
When she drank,it was tastless in her mouth but was like new wine in her stomach.
Everything in her melted to a river:
A river that cause her passion sprout
To a beautiful gardens full of lusty flowers.
The perfume I inhaled from her invited me to be her lover.
Then like gentle showers of rain my thoughts came out.
I took her to the clouds told her about the moon and the stars;
She showed me a sign,
I smiled and waited for the sun to rise.
And when the sunlight had completely swept away the dark,
We charmed the sun with its' glorious bright:
The mid-day turn from being hot to soft;
And the golden light had a silver touch;
She loved me more.
From then she became aware
of the moonlight in the sun.




© By egypt On 10/26/2007 7:02:10 AM
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