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Our Lasting Encounter

Our Lasting Encounter
By topebbles on 01/19/2009
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Oh my sweet,
where had you roam?
Did I bestow you harm…

I recollect that wintry day of past
Pale beauty wandering among the cold’s blast

While I carried your flesh toward my safe haven
My arms were blanketed by hair, black as a raven

Among the twilight hours, I lie awake
Watching an angel invade my lonely stake

It was not until the wee of morning
Regretfully, you had departed without warning

My heart was branded with pain that day
The scorching lingered, got in the way

Now in fairer weather, we meet by chance
Yet, a wounded ego toughens my stance

Your pallid complexion erupts with a smile
Chisels at my soul like a metal file

Then you outstretch one dainty hand
Silently beckoning me to understand

Many questions whisper upon the air
To unmask the revelations, is not my care

Love’s opportunity has knocked not once but twice
So, to forgive and forget will be my sacrifice

© By topebbles On 1/19/2009 11:41:14 AM
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