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The Wind Sings the Song of your Absence

The Wind Sings the Song of your Absence
By Amergin2 on 08/21/2009
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The wind sings the song of your absence, as I lie here on the beach listening to the waves whisper verse, I''ll transcribe it the best I can...

hotels eroded by time and sea salt, stand before me beckoning memories, of you and I making love within them, than carousing round the abandoned streets at midnight, hidden from others by the blanketing mist...

Wish I could mine the diamonds of the sand, I''d carve them and shape them perfectly to your liking, then string them on a necklace made from fishing rope, and your neck would sparkle like melting snow, in the glittering noontime sun...

let me refresh you after your desert wanderings, this island''s beauty would take your breath away, and it''s salty air would bring it back again, wash your body in the cooling ocean waves, filled with critters and fauna to spike your curiosity and inspire your mind...

I''m a slave to those memories of you and I, and although I am not alone here, my heart wishes for you dear, among the whispering waves and caressing breeze, that plays with your hair as well, thousands of miles away...

"tonight I can write the saddest lines..." Pablo Neruda

© By Amergin2 On 8/21/2009 2:41:54 PM
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