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Still, She Is Desirable
Blind-folded, and out of my reach. My kissing with her, had been put, with a cease. Our mouths explored, I desired her tastes. Her lips were of a shaded red, you stained my soul, for this I said. She was my desire that I had gazed, our vows of unity that we have amazed. Desires of us we did explore, I grabbed your hair as you wanted more. Deep I did go inside, to your soul, I did abide. Our passions flowed it was with bliss, you were my wife, you still exist. With our pleasures did we enjoy, we were not wrong, having been our ploy. My love for you I refuse to let go, for if I do, I will implode. It's now I say God needed you, I will admit, I wanted that too. I had done this out of selflessness, I could not bare you were suffering. Don't get me wrong for God understands, it was my duty He so commands. Never should I see you suffering, I had to let you slide into a buffering. My love is still just as strong for you, though you're not here, I had to let go. You were my wife then, you still will be tomorrow. Our story of a love between, husband & wife working as a team. We had to make it work, your love for me, you were my perk. But then you disappeared as I had seen, you faded into the lights of the moons-beam. I love you still, Shannon!
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