This love we share

Tue, 07/02/2013 - 14:30 -- popap15


The rippling grayness of water trickled beneath,
Love, tender and sweet, was draw from its sheath.

The hearts of two are intertwined as one,
As the alluring season of autumn is begun.

A glance of love shared between two,
To hold forever in love so true.

The touch from one's love, pledging memories to be shared,
Promising faithfully, "I have always cared."

Silence is beauty between the two figures,
As the restless water paints and mirrors.

"You are mine, my one pleasure,
my life's long-sought-for and unending treasure."

Love so beautiful and divine,
"I am yours and you are mine."

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