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Andrew JansBrown


taj mahal


can we meet at night
by the pool at the taj mahal?
if you bring the chocolates
i'll bring the bouquet

so there we go trying to find ourselves a devil
when will we learn the greatest evil is fear
and anyway love when we hit the bottom
we won't be disapointed if we're diving for pearls
honey you must know that treasure is a faithful
understanding
like a best friend who will never prove untrue
to me my sweet
your beauty is timeless
i'm lost in your eyes somewhere come find me
and lets hold hands and skip for all happiness
though life is sure of sorrows and worrying lines
but i see the light
of all life there inside you
which all of the stars in the night sky
can merely describe

so can we meet at night
by the pool at the taj mahal
if you bring the chocolates
i'll bring the bouquet

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011
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  • Rookie William Jackson (3/1/2008 8:19:00 PM)

    Refreshing poem! It kept me engaged all the way to the end. I especially liked:

    but i see the light
    of all life there inside you
    which all of the stars in the night sky
    can merely describe

    so can we meet at night
    by the pool at the taj mahal
    if you bring the chocolates
    i'll bring the bouquet (Report) Reply

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