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My Dearest….treasure to my fortress



My Dearest….treasure to my fortress
By fantasist on 06/02/2011
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She, my treasure,
All my riches obtained from my dearest,
I have seen her smiles pealed a gray day azure
And reduces tempered stormy seasons.
The awoken sun could never shine as bright
Or glow evidently more than my dearest.

Her laughter whispers through my senses, touching each one.
To touch it, to taste it, to hear it, to scent it and to view it;
Its being kind to my imagination.
Keen to feel her soft smoothing texture,
A silk could never out class your touching texture.

She, my treasure,
My one only dearest,
My absolutions bind and enter twines with her flowery fragrance,
Mild and pearly beautiful, freshness richer and softer than
A just picked rose, oh heavenly you’re, my fortress.
Her crystalline innocent makes her sparkle like a diamond
Giving me blatant richness.


She, my treasure,
Leaves my day sobbing with bellowing
Dissatisfaction if night walks by without
Embracing her tone, taking photos of her smiles with my clicking thoughts,
And then uploading them within my heart
And framing them within my soul.
My one and only dearest, treasure to my fortress.


© By fantasist On 6/2/2011 2:06:43 PM
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