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Heather Burns


Together Again


As I approach
the spiritual
rehlm
my honey is
waiting for
my arrival

Hand in hand
we will stroll
through the
garden of
flowers

Smell their
essence
touch the soft
petals

In the lush
meadows
we search for
a bed to rest

Lie down
together
in the velvet
grasses
enjoy each other
renewing our
love vows.

heather burns




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Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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