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books turn of love

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books turn of love

books turn of love 

a day breaks in our eyes of love 
angels dance with such great love 

shooting hearts from cupids arrows sending love from above 

climbing vines of flowers in your gardens love 

pinks with hints of different colors 

oh i like the bluebells love and all the woodlands spells 

Crystal eyes of the one i love sitting upon the beautiful 
clouds dropping flowers to her love her sunshine 

golden suns setting in the skies showing the pinks 

beauty dances in swirls of the winds sweep 

this is so a hearts complete like the soft streams diamond flows 

for i love you so 

when i take thee hands dance upon the soft sands you make thee 
so beautiful in the golden night glow my ceizar i love thee so much 

a home of lilacs love 

a silk touch 
a kiss from the lips i so love 
a cuddle of passions love 

as I'm talking to the moon i here your voice flowing in the Rio DE janeiros 
soft sea shores waves 

i here you in the whispering winds 

i feel you in the popping rains as they fall soaking the nights floors 

i see you in the stars 

i here you voice in the trees 

a plane in the skies it me my ceizar look can you see me in you beautiful eyes 


pages of the book turn a cure is my ceizar forever more 

so i thank you Rio DE janeiro and my ceizar loving cure 

ceizar of Duncan the loving cure   kiss   

Copyright © duncan ceizar chappell

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  1. Date: 6/7/2011 5:19:00 PM
    I hear sparks of love in this lovely piece. Continue to share..

  1. Date: 5/28/2011 2:10:00 AM
    You have a great voice here, it's unique in this poem anyway.