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Author Name: Freerainbowchaser 1 Comments
Date Added: May 04, 2008 17:05:03 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Shadows Dance
Shadows dance a Tango on the wall
Liquid pools around the wick
To the bed, embracing lovers fall
To make a little midnight magic
The lovers too have now danced,
Between the sheets, their glistening bodies spent
Two hearts, as one now beats
And vanilla spice mingles with their scent
Tangled limbs and bodies pressed
Sweet dreams are sure to follow
Last words are of love confessed
As the shadows dance a Tango
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Comment By: FreeSteve on May 4, 2008 08:32:43 PM Report

Very sensual imagery dancing through your poem.


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