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Katherine Sessor

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Tender Dream


He softly caress my cheek
As he leans in for a kiss
His lips are soft and sweet
Overwhelming me in absolute bliss

His strong arms wrap around me
Holding me close to his heart
Listening to his heart beat slow
I dread the moment we're apart

A warm aura surrounds me
As he softly whispers my name
My heart starts to dance
As I feel our passion flame

He gives me a forehead kiss
Then he slowly fades away
I wake up from this dream
Wishing the moment would stay

Submitted: Wednesday, October 22, 2008

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