Justin Gildow

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Our Secret Place Poem by Justin Gildow

Hand in hand
Running away
Through the fields we go
To the enchanted rope

Once we swing across
We'll enter our world
We'll go to our secret place

Once we find our secret place
We'll make sure we're hidden
We'll make sure that it's just us

From our secret place
We enjoy the time we have together
Once normal people
You and I will become lovers

In our secret place
We'll stare face to face
Smiles as we embrace
We'll transcend time and space

The night puts us on a natural high
The energy within us is bubbling inside
It feels like we could drift away to the sky
Surrounded by the moon and stars

We'll bless our secret place
The moon, stars, and night will bless it as well
In our secret place
We'll recall the many memories we shared
In our secret place
There are many stories we could tell
That will be told to many people throughout the world

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, March 29, 2011

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