"Moon Beams"


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    "Moon Beams"

    The MoonBeams was our light as
    I kiss her soft red lips.
    The taste was so very sweet
    as I took many slips.

    To hold her in my arms, she
    is like an golden Angel.
    My heart was pounding
    that to the earth it did fell.

    Her sweet lovely body I
    did touch.
    And with every inch my
    lips did taste, they love
    so much.

    Her name will always be
    on my mind.
    When we make love our
    bodies will always intertwine.

    David Anthony Bernard

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    ivecute77 commented on "Moon Beams"


    not a fan of this one, sorry, but just my opinion

    Poetry is not the expression of personality but an escape from personality.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

    dphotomn’s Poems (19)

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