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Endless Love

I desired water
To replace the thirst of sand
And found a lake

A drink forever
Where man shall not thirst again
Nor bee, nor flower

Her wine a rare treat
Of lips, breasts, and tongue distilled
Fountain of desire

When books fell apart
The wind howled the barren heart
Shuddering breasts stay

More then memory
Of entwined hands, and long lane
Of shadows laughing

A new born child cries
Loudly to belong. Time webs
Truth in silky hands.

Love measure me out
In spoonful of pain, I know
Endless worth to tell

My love endless waits
By lime tree and fragrant gate
Kissing moon goodbye.

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  1. Date: 9/27/2012 12:03:00 PM
    Lovely words, lovely poem!