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Look into my eyes
to drink from my soul,
standing before thee
naked and whole.

Nothing is hidden nor twisted,
I am completely bare;
reaching out with my spirit,
into your aura I stare.

A melding of beings
laced in silver thread,
giving each minute fiber
until I am dead.



------
I read your poems
rich and sweet
then lay roses at
your feet.

Char


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The following comments are for "Nothing Is Hidden"
by Char

absolute and beautiful Char
touching and heartfilled poetry.

devine

very well written, but of course I wouldn't expect anything less from you.

luvya,
Dar

( Posted by: Dareva [Member] On: June 21, 2005 )

Agreed
Hott stuff...flowed beautifully I must say...and the ending made it a very enjoyable poem...great job

( Posted by: Essence [Member] On: June 22, 2005 )

My Thanks
to you, Dar and Essence for reading and commenting. I appreciate it.

Always,
Char :)

( Posted by: Char [Member] On: June 26, 2005 )

seduce
You're words are like fingers that seduce, removing every cloth. It doesn't stop there, it removes my skin.

( Posted by: BAAL [Member] On: June 26, 2005 )

Thank You
Wow!! I am happy you think so. Thank you for reading my poem; that is assuming removing yur skin is a good thing. It's nice to recieve such great feedback.

Always,
Char

( Posted by: Char [Member] On: June 27, 2005 )





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