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We were sitting near the seashore watching the sunset. It was a warm evening with just a slight breeze. She turned towards me and brushed her fingers across my cheek in such a gentle way, that the feelings of a thousand endearments caressed my being and my soul took flight to such a peaceful abode, that heaven and earth was all it was meant to be. Her touch was like a lifetime lived in the splendor of the moment. Earthly and eternal happiness shone in our eyes that night . We both knew we were meant for each other beyond the passage of time.

Oscar E. LaPlante

Oscar E. LaPlante

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by peperethefleabag

Passage of Time
This poem is a clear treasure, loved it.


( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: January 5, 2006 )

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