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Dorian Petersen Potter


An Affair To Remember


Brought to you with love today,
Looking down with such delight,
Keeping you happy day by day
As the moon above watch us by

Entertaining you all the way,
What a duet we both make,
Keeping you everyday in my prayers,
Brushing with bright color skies of gray

Looking down with such delight,
In this sacred time of the day,
Watching the birds burst in flight,
Till they fade away out of sight

Water making magic on the shore,
A quiet respite for us in this place,
Everywhere grace seems to pour,
Comtemplating my Love your face

Heart and soul can fly away,
Where love fill us with a glow,
Where we can see rainbows everyday,
And our mutual love can more grow!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Edited: Monday, May 17, 2010

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