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The right kind of lonely

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The right kind of lonely

The absence of your voice
Kind words, kinder deeds
The radio can continue playing the lovers tune.

The emotions yawn like a tiny stop gap
You reached me, dolphin kisses we shared, eyes locked in our own embrace, every inch of 
your face.
 Otters ottering about in the pod sharing a snog. Holding hands in the flat as we cooked the 
tea, I know you never kissed another as many times as me, In the supermarket, in the car,  
cycling, showering, kisses, kisses, kissing me.

I wait for when I;m lonely and it's just me.

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  1. Date: 11/13/2010 12:49:00 PM

    Passionate write on the feeklings of joy, Jackie