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Rust

Can I ever love again your lips pressed against my ear

My soul begs, pleads with me, the heart yields no more tears

Should I gather unto me my hearing waits the matter

The pulse quickens at the touch, ice lifts and a shatter


Racing dreams ,like oil fields , drilled deep and hit the mark

Lingers, tarries,awaits me there I shift my heart to park

The embrace is warm, it pulls me forward and never was a doubt

Long the idle, engines cool ,never knew you had such clout


Arise the morn the birds a searching your hair lay cross my chest

I answered every question met but will I pass the test

Eye to eye and sweat on sweat you meet me and the thrust

Didn't know I had it in me , should've known it'd never rust

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  1. Date: 4/10/2014 7:34:00 PM

    Well Patrick, I beleive you did leave your mark on this write. You hit this one out of the park. I'm sure the ladies will surely agree, romance in the air. ~~WRITE ON!~~

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