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Ken e Hall

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...A Rose Bush Still Thinking


A rose bush still thinking
Is you
Its beautiful flowers
Are your thoughts
Their aroma is your fragrance
That dwells around
Your body
Erotic numbing enticing senses
You are woman
In command
Of life's love
You choose
He is smitten
The bug of love
Has bitten
You both fall
Deep in love
To touch
Fingers mingling
Is pleasure tingling
To kiss passion unfolds
Butterflies swim
In the blood
Like stars in the skies
Each brings pleasure
For their eyes
This true love to end
Never
This love will last
For ever
You see
They will live
Happily ever after!

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 25, 2013

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