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I glanced it there at the back of his neck

And thought to open the handle 

Using kite string and rain.

I stopped the curious feline fingers

From spreading across him to the other

Because then I would have to let him sit

On the long grey chaise

With the green pillows

Plump and ripe for body heat.

No, he stated the opposition of such things.

Regrets and sugar cubes mingled with his words.

Bolted now was my parlor. 

I was quickly relieved.

Not realizing the lock was now broken

And door blown ajar by the wind.

It was too late to stop

The binding of our hands and feet

As the thunder drew near.

My other slipped across the lawn

Hiding in the shadows from the storm

To the secret window of his heart

And peaked into his soul.

Standing frozen in forgetfulness

As flesh turned to stone

Waiting outside the glass 

For his wairua to gaze back at me.


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The essence of love for those who ventures beyond death itself, sometimes the words will unfold like the future travelings of the universe. I love some of these lines shell using kite string and rain. I read some of you here but there is a whole...

The essence of love for those who ventures beyond death itself, sometimes the words will unfold like the future travelings of the universe. I love some of these lines shell using kite string and rain. I read some of you here but there is a whole new shell I have not heard and I like it! It's almost like you were in a Salvadore Dali state of mind. "Regrets and sugar cubes mingled with his words (mingled amoung his words) These are powerful images within. "The binding of our feet and hands as the thunder drew near. Superb firewords Shell. Firewords are reserved you know for the true essence of us romantics, they come out when the sun sets. Great job.

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Thank you Van.

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