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Jesus James Llorico


One Fine Morning


'T'was a fine morning when she came
My cherished passion and true flame
A moment I can hardly wait
Along this road and near the gate
She walks in grace and flawless style
A breathtaking sight when she smile
That leaves was turned from dark to green
And fields of grass becomes serene
Though it's not often that we meet
Yet still our love remains so sweet
With eyes that gazed over the skies
My love that's far beyond the stars
Though we spent many miles apart
In life and love we are one heart
That no matter how it will be
She will forever be with me.'

Submitted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 26, 2013

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  • Sj Holland (10/2/2013 8:40:00 PM)

    Two beautiful lines:

    ...Though we spent many miles apart
    In life and love we are one heart...

    You are a man who feels very deeply, and who is in touch with those feelings. Thank you for sharing a man's thoughts. (Report) Reply

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