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Poetic Bliss

Look deep into my eyes and take me by the hand I will guide you to a place and show you secrets hid within Let the mist consume you as you swim beneath the fall For it flows from my soul where you have heard my whisper call Feel the breeze upon your face as each breath I breathe for you See the teardrops upon the rose that fade like morning dew Close your eyes and taste the kiss that has awaited you so long And open your ears to melody as there is magic in the song Feel my touch upon your skin and the softness of this kiss It's now time to take a trip into sweet poetic bliss

Copyright © | Year Posted 2008




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Date: 2/22/2010 10:56:00 AM
One word...Awesome!!!
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Date: 1/16/2009 9:13:00 AM
WOW.....
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Date: 12/2/2008 3:59:00 PM
Beautiful flowing write here, Alana!! But my goodness where have you been ... LOL ... haven't posted since September but I know you've been commenting ... smile ... thanks for all your support!! Hope you and yours enjoy the holidays!
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Date: 9/28/2008 9:44:00 PM
Ahwwwwwwww.... So true! Poetic bliss indeed. I couldn't describe it better!
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Date: 9/28/2008 5:11:00 PM
Now you did it! I have to take more blood pressure meds and turn the thermostat down. Now cut that out. Great write. Vince
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Date: 9/28/2008 4:26:00 PM
Alana Wow what a great flow and story in this write soft and slow and deliberate . Wonderfully done! Laura :)
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Date: 9/28/2008 12:08:00 PM
The rhyme and flow of this poem are excellent and the message is just full of love - A beautifully written poem - God Bless
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Date: 9/28/2008 8:32:00 AM
Nicely done . . . You seduce the reader, quite literally,, in the sense that you have the illusion of a sweet, physical meeting . . . But I got the message that, as your last line suggested, no "said," that this was a clever way of asking the reader to read on . . . If I am wrong, don't tell me . . . LOL . . .
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