Below is the poem entitled Tenderness which was written by poet
Dylan. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Touch would a finger to the elegant and smooth cheek
That shines from tears as apple leaves after rain
You weep with happiness, me and yourself do not sparing,
All trying to understand the mystery of the lines on the left hand ...
Let me go through the forest of your hair
Lips, like a pair of black shoes
Order to enjoy crunch of brushwood of hair braids
And chocolate, spicy, as Savoy Truffle ...
Inhaling aroma lipstick
And plunging into pond of eyes,
I hear as rattle waterfalls
Those tart tears, so that brings us together ...
Bullet would make my eyes shot to their mouths,
Tongue-climber to conquer the top of dental ridge
Peninsula of tongue spread a carpet near a smooth gums
Fiery lava pours as rum, stalactites stringy saliva.
... You fell asleep, "Love" whispering sweet wind
The clouds suddenly vanished from the sky soul
And sweet to me in your arms this night leaving summer,
After falling in love with you, I fell in love and in life, and I can not be in a hurry.
P.S.one of my favorite works
please help fix any errors in it, I'm sure a lot of them(in the grammatical, lexical, spelling sense)