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Dimitri Jagodinski


Sunrise... A Love Poem


The sun's rays spread as they seep through the silky curtains
Breathing life into the once blackened room
The warmth from it's tentacles arouse my senses
I awaken with a great sense of exhiliration
A new day has greeted me with a beautiful scene
A mist of soft angelic light radiantly reflects off your beautiful body
In a state of euphoria
I feel as though I am in Heaven
With an angel by my side
I slowly caress your body
Gently with the slightest of touch
For I do not want to disturb this enchanting moment
I realize how much I love you
I realize how much God loves me
If not for His love
I would not be blessed by you

Submitted: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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