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Michael Gale

(? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Beauty Drew, As Eye, In You.

A gentle kiss, upon thy lips...
Sent by air, an amorous wisp.

This wispy wisp, denied thy grasp...
Yon sudden appearance, my breath, hath gasp.

A heart beat fast, now take to break...
Ever since, yon beauty, eye take.

Eye take you in and breath away...
Breath away, yon beauties way.

Yon beauties way, that wished i stay...
To while away, this day, i say.

This day i say yon beauty due...
To my heart, you due my do.

I do my due, sadly, minus you...
Minus you, I'd d'rather few.

I'd d'rather few, as within you too...
Within you too, i am now, to do.

Now to do, as with by you...
With by you, not, want to do.

Gain of sighted beauty drew...
Beauty drew, as eye, in you.

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009
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