Andrea Dietrich

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1. A Tale Of Fire And Ice 9/15/2013
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A Tale Of Fire And Ice

Part I: Ice

He shines like silver midnight moon -
cool marble statue, this tycoon.
And though he makes the ladies swoon,
of ice he's hewn.; of ice he's hewn.

He's poker-faced and can deceive
competitors and can achieve
most anything, but can't conceive
of Genevieve, of Genevieve.

Like Neptune, distant from the sun -
relationships he chose to shun.
He thought the search for love was done.
He has no one; he has no one.

Now love's allure has come his way.
What will he do? What will he say?
Will he grab hold, beg love to stay,
or ...

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