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ROMANTIC COLLISION

In my mind lies a thought
a wonderful assumption
of an imaginary bump
so delightful and ecstatic
coming across my dream love
in such romantic collision.

With a passionate apology
a reciprocating handshake
mind blowing flashback
placing the familiarity
of your captivating beauty
in our once but lost
thrilling encounter.

A look of love at second sight
getting acquainted again for love
a steady gaze at charming eyes
getting carried away by lust.

Taking you back to past events
our long nice romantic stroll
of intense feelings being expressed
pleading then to be just a friend
when schooling split us up to part,
having to see your face no more
I've longed and longed and waited still
for such nice romantic collision.

Making sure we part no more
and having you all by my side
fixing up fast a date with you
with hope to see you once again.

A sweet share of intense feelings
and lovely share of sentiments
having such a sweet assumption
hold on realistic manifestation
of such nice imaginary passion
becoming but a true love story
of a sweet nice romantic collision.

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008


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  • Lime and Tequila with a Splash of Pineapple (1/26/2008 7:41:00 AM)

    Almost a story of love at first sight, two people colliding, falling in love. Lushly romantic, I enjoyed the read.

    L&T

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