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Linked in Time Together

we are linked in time and space, many times I knew your face, memory dim it cant erase, our passion lives forever, of times we came together, passing time cant sever, even death it wont displace, the loving languid space, our thoughts are one forever, though parted this time, whether? (if this time not together) no more to run this race, till next time if I’m clever, (then next time if I’m clever ) when estacy is ace, this moth gets scorched in leather, saturns moons cannot erase, spellbound souls whenever, and so begins the chase, for never almost ever, in sensual flesh and lace. to-get-her. Don Johnson The Scent Of You Many times I saw your face And my memory can’t erase The passion that lives on forever All the times we came together The passing time cannot sever Even death cannot displace This loving languid space I often think of you this way, When the sun begins to splay The slow recall to a soft embrace The memory of your tender face The passing time cannot sever The loving nights we shared together Atop the grass, the scent of heather in another time and place.. Written by: Don Johnson & Mystic Rose old friends return time after time, to be together, as we endure our time in the earth!!!

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  1. Date: 8/5/2013 5:35:00 PM
    Well this is awesome,,, I swear I read this from you before ;} love the romance here. Thank as always for reading my Gods Grace ;}

  1. Date: 6/30/2013 5:16:00 AM
    Exquisite , kudos to both of you for a awesome poem. Anne

  1. Date: 5/31/2013 5:24:00 PM
    Wildly searching for love it seems. A very lively and well crafted poem. I especially love the ending...:)