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Collision of Opposites



Collision of Opposites
By ChelleKen on 03/30/2008
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Dark and light -
frosty winter evening
meets
warm summer breeze.
Golden countenance is woven like stars
through velvet blackness.
Sweet chocolate depths drown
in a stormy ocean of blue-gray,
gazes locked,
as tan fingers stroke silken, pale skin
covered with silvery sheen
from moonlight peeking through
slightly open curtains.

The power of our passion explodes
into a brillant supernova
that continues burning;
the light of a long-dead star
which can still be seen
many years
after it has ceased to exist.

The phases of our love
are constantly waxing and waning,
emotions strong enough to turn tides,
and bright enough to shine
even after the sun is out of sight.

~What is cherished most is what must be the hardest fought for~

© By ChelleKen On 3/30/2008 4:15:34 AM
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