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MacGregor Tagliaferro


The Day We Met


The day we met
Stands apart
From all the other days
In my memories

To say that I am
Changed by that day
Is to not say
Near enough

Before that day;
My way had been lost
More importantly
My words had been lost

After that day, after the darkness;
My words began to flow effortlessly
At times I was so engrossed in you
That I barely knew I existed
You became my greatest pleasure
Souls touched and two flames became one

When I think of the path I took
To get to that day, to get to you
I am left breathless in wonder
At how we managed to meet that day
Was it fate or luck or magic or what
Whatever it was it matters not

What matters is this:
I've loved you
From that day
To this day

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2012
Edited: Saturday, September 14, 2013

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For my Muse December 2012 out West

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