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~Vision II~


Love find me when twilight lifts just part way
guiding through valleys where wildflowers sway,
Sweetly the wind blows of jasmine divine
guiding you closer forever be mine..

Walk past the oak tree that curls up her leaves
turn by the scarecrow whose crows never leave,
Deep in a meadow grows lilac lace fans
there in between them I'll lay where I stand.

Forgo the hours that pass travels through
holds to a passion exceeds what we knew,
Rest not as moments are fleeting from night
rush in your presence and take in delight.

Hours fall between a wish and a dream,
an essence of twilight drifts on moonbeams.

8-31-06

Submitted: Thursday, September 14, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, September 15, 2010
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