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My Love
by William Scott Ayce

Tresses, long and flowing
in macrame fashion.
Fiery obelisks atop limpid
pools of azure tanzanite.
Lips pursed longingly with  
each sultry utterance.
Words, architecturally inadequate 
foil loves orchestration.
Clandestine overtures I send
on cherubic wings of flight.
Naivete surrenders to the many faces 
borne of love.
Ardent, my minds eye coalesces in  
wonderment.
My heart hovers longingly
in your prescence.      
        
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Poem ID: 35682   Poem Posted: 6/9/2000
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