Treasure Island

LLDr. Gyd


Ice Drizzle Breeze


The untold stories of tomorrow night,
The pictured memories of the morning dew
A loves enquiry,
A heartbreak untold,

The Icey story of the Drizzle breeze.
The pitter pat of tomorrow pain,
Similarity to ice, is untold as before;
The warm encounter of drizzle with skin,
Can be acidic for the few within.

But get the breeze
With it's fiery force
Is calmer than any Ice Drizzle I see,
I felt it circle my cold appeal
And now in its arms I wish to remain,
Now and forever more,

Submitted: Friday, February 27, 2009

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  • Fiona Davidson (2/27/2009 3:28:00 PM)

    This is a little gem amongst the pebbles tonight Gideon...strong write...thanks for sharing it with us...10++ (Report) Reply

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