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And My Lady

A loose wind blows outside
Carrying with it the flying white of snow
The grayness floods into my room through the window
Every thing is dim and muted, sullen and colorless
We are alone

I pick her up off my bed
My fingers tingle with pleasure
The tips hunger to feel her tender bite Me
I slide my hand up and down along her neck
She’s ready to sing

She lets a note ring out
It carries throughout my empty house
A whole chord escapes her and if floods my ears
With a lonely distant sound, full of longing
I let her cry

She’s in full swing now
Music flows out of her like a river
It storms into my heart, flooding it with joy
My hands are in euphoria, they dance along her
It is paradise

Slowly we come down
I can hear the wind moaning, heavy with snow
I lay her on the bed, slowly, gently, letting her settle
I look at her for a moment, silence in the wake of rapture
I let her sleep



By Chris Gibson

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Nuevo Ishmeal Gallus (CG)


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The following comments are for "Me and My Lady"
by Gallus

wow
I love the way you write!!! It stirs something inside me, I dont know what, but your writing is beautiful, and beautifully haunting. This is quite the piece of work, and I look forward to reading many more!!!

( Posted by: Jenninite [Member] On: February 1, 2006 )





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