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Fiona Davidson

Rookie - 26 Points (From beyond time)

Crimson Velvet Of Passion


Eyes meet and connect
Reaching out across miles
That stand fast between us
Come. hold out your heart
Let me take it from you
Dance with it across the stars
Against a backdropp filled
With sparkling diamonds

Crimson velvet of passion
Swirls around my legs softly
Slowly covering my spirit
With the blush of desire
That spills from your fingers
As you reach to step in time
With the love that sings to me
Of future days and hopes

Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2009

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  • Rookie Barbara Terry (6/3/2010 11:08:00 PM)

    As you reach to step in time
    With the love that sings to me
    Of future days and hopes

    This is the punch line of the whole piece Fi. So romantic and dreamy, as well as surreal again. A lover far away across the miles but you are still connected. This actually made me smile, even though I am in miserable pain. A 10+++++ and thank you for sharing sis.

    Love & hugs,
    Barbara (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sue Sie (9/16/2009 12:47:00 PM)

    A Fabulous passionate poem....that enfolds the reader in warmth of love...and comfort....well written with great imagery
    Sue
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  • Rookie Premila Patel (9/14/2009 2:34:00 PM)

    Wonderful Fi..so comforting in its truth....
    Hope you're well.
    Best wishes
    Premila 10+++ (Report) Reply

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