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Memory of Love

I recall a love in my carefree youth, oh, he was sexy and handsome and tall; still have the picture from a photo booth, would wait breathless for his expected call. I loved him with an aching surrender, and I was obsessed with his bad boy ways; and his kisses were always so tender, all through the summer heat we were ablaze. Oh, our lust journey had no tomorrow, but was wrapped in breathless words erotic; then, summer ended and I felt sorrow, he left town and my heart was chaotic. I will not forget my prince in leather; though not meant to ever be together. _________________________ June 6, 2020 Poetry/Sonnet/Memory of Love Copyright Protected/ ID 20-1258-593-03 All Rights Reserved/ Canada/ Constance La France

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Date: 6/7/2020 2:35:00 PM
Pheromones rule - time after time! Aloha! Rico
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Constance La France
Date: 6/8/2020 5:01:00 PM
Rico, thanks so much for visiting _Constance
Date: 6/7/2020 12:09:00 AM
Oh, our lust journey had no tomorrow,..Great write Constance.. Good luck in the contest..
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Date: 6/8/2020 5:01:00 PM
Jenish, thanks so much for the compliment on my poem _Constance
Date: 6/6/2020 11:22:00 PM
Hello Dear Heart … nicely rhymed and flow also. Summer love do hold special memories with thoughts of 'what might have been' - thank you Dear Heart - Lindsay
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Date: 6/8/2020 5:02:00 PM
Lindsay, thanks for the visit and compliment on my poem _Constance
Date: 6/6/2020 6:17:00 PM
Summer love stories! What a great subject for your sonnet that does bring back a zillion memories. Good luck in the contest!
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Date: 6/8/2020 5:03:00 PM
Sam, thanks for visit and comment _Constance