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I know that we are strangers
But I'd like to see your face
There's something so familiar 
About the way you turn in haste...
In golden strap tied sandals
That come right below your calf
Beholding to the candles
As it splits the flames in half....
Against the blackest marble
That is darker than it's glare
Like the moon in Autumn 
As it penetrates each layer...
That is falling off your body
As you turn toward the wall 
On that Italian leather 
That I know will break your fall...
But you remain a mystery 
Till I become that chaise
To hold you in a tryst to be 
So I can take it's place... 


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