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Author Name: Freejohncarter 1 Comments
Date Added: November 07, 2007 14:11:54 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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I had a single shadow
But now he has a friend
Two silhouettes out walking
Where the sun shines never ends
The trees wait with their wisdom
For the carving of their bark
Two silhouettes holding close
In the unknown of the dark.
The night can reach and take away
The sunshine that was ours today
The deepest blue forever true
No man could capture
The sunlight in your hair
Or the distance of your stare.


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Comment By: FreeAdri on November 7, 2007 02:56:37 PM Report
Wow, this is amazing.  What a poem.  It is mesmerizing and flows into your soul.  Beautiful John, exquisite! 
Adri x


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