Natasa Tocuc

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Autumn at Virginia


She lives at Virginia, He lives at Tokyo.
Virginia’s autumn leaves begin fall down.
Surprising, she lives at Virginia for a while.
But they never meet each other even once.
Watching the fall leaves, he thinks of spring.
Autumn's leaves begin fall down fast.
He is missing her lot likes the romantic spring at Tokyo.
She finds herself home sweet home at Virginia
And Her lover is in her hands.
With Joy and Happiness
As She thought of the lovely Fall
At Virginia
Together forever
They become one in the beautiful
Virginia's fall.

Submitted: Saturday, July 15, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 16, 2010

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