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I love the thought of us meeting;
Smiling pleasantly, like an honest greeting,
Holding hands and walk through the park,
Birds whistling, like the Dove and Lark.
We stare at each other, time stands still,
Infinity or longer with time to kill.
Then we part and we're both so sad,
But we'll meet again and both be glad.



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by Colwyn

Another sweet one.
Colwyn,

You have done it once again, you wrote another one of those almost sickenly sweet poems. It was a wonderful read however nice stuff.

Later,
Dras

( Posted by: Drastine [Member] On: September 6, 2002 )





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