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Mountain Lover

Bare feet touching gracious slopes tickles,
Carpet of green grass smitten, subdued;
Bosom caped with white and violet blooms,
Whisper hot breaths, and ecstasy stroked
A secret strength, pulsating – enraptured
Undulating earth teeming with leafage
Rugged hands mount tender luscious cleavage
Carved trunk rests; fell into a reverie -
Soon sprinkled with snow, no foliage;
Day and night, alone, what a misery!


7/16/14

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