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Samantha Zimmerman

Rookie (August 12 1988 / BridgeWater, New Jersey)

Sunset Lover


Your love is just like a sunset,
The colours blend together,
forming a magical color.
The day's warm caress is slipping
through the air,
just as though your fingers would be
slipping through my waves in my
hair.

I sit and watch the sunset,
knowing it will soon end,
thinking of you and waiting
until we will be together again.

Slowly now it's going,
coming to a stopping end.
Darkness may be closing in,
but the fun has just
begun
once again.

For now I
can go home, go
to my dark room,
lie on the bed and close
my brown eyes,
fall asleep and dream about
you and I together on
the shore.

Submitted: Saturday, June 18, 2005
Edited: Saturday, June 18, 2005

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  • Rookie Daniel Tyler (10/11/2005 10:45:00 AM)

    Delightful, Samantha. It is a sensuous piece of very well- crafted poetry. You more than equal your namesake Robert Zimmerman (Bob Dylan is his stage name) . i thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

    Regards, Daniel Tyler (Report) Reply

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