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Dandy leo jr.

Rookie (April 24 of 1979 / Weslaco, tx)

~ Behind A Kiss ~


Autumns sparrows, as their peaks peckers entwine
A juvenile couple, they are one of a kind
As I trudge along the park, I see a divine elders dual kiss
Coming down that steep hill, I feel like a featherd bliss

The kiss I hold, the kiss that has perched in the center of my temple
What shall I call you, how long shall I keep you in my gamble
My kiss is not that of a first date at gloomys mountain
But of a patient, and timeless fountain

Oh my longing lady, how long will you have me waiting
for a moment in glory
But I can wait, and trial the test of time of my folly
My kiss is eternal, my kiss is everlasting
like that stars that shine in their bright
Not a kiss of insignificant lust that derives from a malice thought
But of the consecration of moments of when we sought

Behind a kiss, what is the power of one
For I have concealed and preserved it and then some
My kiss I have sufferd in time, reserved for my lady in prime
By the lips of desire I have perfected my days
And by the wait of your trust i have no more to phrase

Submitted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Edited: Friday, September 16, 2011

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