Gianni Pintus

Rookie (28 January 1967 / Olbia, Italy, (Island of Sardinia))

FEELINGS


In the morning your love is warning

you kindly invading my space

our bodies feel the heat and the morning is bright

is our age of reason, I felt the touch

then in the midnight hours

my heart wake up
and my love born again

demanding happiness

touching feelings

above walls

dreaming to make love

under the waterfall

holding hands

in the sunset

stay close to eachothers

until the sunrise

make this love

so bright

under the shining stars

accompanied by the wise moon

feeling the nothern wind on our back

smell the flowers scent

then leave the mighty sky

and slowly comeback to hearth

with a magnificent descent.

Submitted: Saturday, March 21, 2009
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