Robert K. Allison III

(Newport News, Virginia)

Your Beating Heart


The moon does light the stars at night,
with you in my arms contentment quite.
The kisses like valley's seem to flow,
I feel our love dawning for its you, in my arms I hold.
Our skin touches, generating sparks.
Like fire flies and starry sky's its we who light the dark.
Our lips do seethe as we cuddle close,
two young lovers trying in love to make the most
As we go to settle down, we become one body with love our host.
For you are the one I share my soul with,
through budding dawn, dew and morning mist.
Your body stirs again gently next to mine.
Through life's enchanted mornings, seem fresh and new each time.
I know when you are with me, for I have not a thing to fear,
For I am quite content with you beside me, your beating heart so near.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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