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Erato


Erato my Muse of love poetry. (Part 2)


Great passion that should have stayed dead had now just been woken
and words that should not have been said had also been spoken.
The door to love pushed opened wide. Dare he now enter in
and lie close with her at his side and lovemaking begin?

Or will his passion be confined to poetry alone
To dream of their bodies entwined and passions left unknown.
Unrequited love's broken heart would be so hard to bear
He'd been pierced by Erato's dart needing his love to share.

Submitted: Saturday, September 20, 2014
Edited: Saturday, September 20, 2014

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