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She landed on my moon

She landed on my moon, Even though she was from Pluto Too cold, to get too close Her confusion kept us from fusing She felt she shouldn’t feel this So insisted I was an illusion Yet and still kept intruding She knew my light was to illuming to elude it But too deep to consume in Would she choose to refuse it or pursue it How could I loss this I lived my whole life stiff and tight But she’s who I get loose with We fit, so for me she makes room quick I know she is complete and whole But together we are continuously improving She the one win when I’m losing So this won’t be confused with Any other emotion I know that you can see from the sea That I am an open ocean Only for you to float in Don’t focus so much on its Approach just notice my closing And know this, it won’t end, My devotion

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Date: 7/11/2011 9:49:00 AM
Thank you for sharing your excellent poetry with us Loquita. I enjoyed reading it this lovely morning. May you have a wonderful week and enjoy life to the fullest. Love, Carol
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Lauren Patton
Date: 5/22/2013 12:11:00 PM