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Blossom Mist

Rookie - 0 Points (24 February 1978 / India)

A Day's Affair


It was just another day
As I walked inside a café
I knew what I'd take
A mocha and freshly baked cake

I turned and it started to pour
When I saw you enter with smiles galore
I rushed towards you, when you lunged
And embraced me in a gentle hug

A shiver rose my body and I felt
It was as if you'd never left
We chatted and we smiled
Discussing things both subtle and wild

We took a walk in the slight drizzle
Rubbed our palms watching the fire sizzle
Sang our favorite song with bird's Band
Ate cotton candy and ran on the wet sand

Felt the green grass on our bare soles
We even jumped in the puddles n water holes
The splash in the icy cold river
Which gave us shivers

The cocktail you made, the cake I baked
The smoked fish, the fresh fruit we ate
My tantrums, your cuteness
All was lovely and wonderful

The day seemed over in a flash
I rested on your shoulder n you caressed my hand
No one but we were a witness to our romance
You gave a kiss and bid farewell with care

It was the beginning of a brilliant day's affair
We move forward together for a lifetime to share! ! ! !

Submitted: Saturday, February 09, 2013

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