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No words are needed,
With the silence of her wave
Just a kiss to be blown
From the heart; ill saved

With Looking;
In to the future
Thought the windows
Of their past,

Just waiting for the day
Were there love will last;
With their hopes and dreams
Forged and kilned into cast;


And the future of their memories;
That has been surpass
Be maintain in the heart
So clear as glass

And as their fate is determined
With the purpose from there past
It is
Moulder, shaped and influenced in stone;
ALWAYS'S
To last
XXX
Night night babe
XXX

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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