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One night

The wind was blowing
The sun is down
The stars are shining
No one is around
You hold me close
As our lips are tightly pressed
You beg me for more
As we start to get undressed
We've waited for this moment
And oh how grand it is
The night had started on the beach
With her hand in his
Now the morning is coming
The night has faded away
Your whole life together
Consisted of one night and one day

Copyright © Paula Moyer | Year Posted 2008

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