Hearts And Souls Entwine
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As dusk adopts a scarlet hue
cerise ribbons package the night.
And an owl bids daylight adieu
silhouetted against last light.
Two hearts hitch a ride to the moon
on the wings of a turtledove.
And shining like a gold doubloon
Luna smiles down upon our love.
Our spirits rise above the earth
untethered from their mortal perch.
And we discover love’s true worth
lies in the finding not the search.
We kiss below a blushing Mars
letting our hearts and souls entwine.
And as the night lights up with stars
moonbeams crown my sweet Valentine.
Copyright © Emile Pinet | Year Posted 2016
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