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Mine last hurrah

She is
the pitite figure of,
mine last love 
 
Woe is the me 
if I without supplication
inflict mine want…

an easy lift

No petty kiss from 
this secrete self
‘pon her thankful chest,
no laugh as her press
doth reach her goal…
I was smitten by her sudor...

like hot oil
she did glaze the me
and I without the wavering
forgot 
mine last hurrah          

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  1. Date: 1/31/2015 11:22:00 AM

    It is mere simplicity disguised with skillful words, but it cannot disguise the exquisiteness of the man who wrote it, it is simply endearing to my heart and ears, I hear the Sun laughing with the Moon, it's that good, loving hugs James, xxx
  1. Date: 1/31/2015 9:19:00 AM

    This one makes me smile. A very interesting use of language. Thanks for your visit today it means a lot.

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