emily lewis

Rookie (12/21/91 / deep river conn.)

A Dreaming State - Poem by emily lewis

our bodys cose under sunsetting waters
your arm around my waist,
your lips touch mine oh so gently we drift to a dreaming state
a place were we can be alone
under clear blue waters and the softest sand
together we watch the moon winding, turning,
your hand in my hand
i know this wont last for long
it will be over soon
so i hope to lay in your arms forever
to walk the golden staircase to heaven
holding the golden rail,
you lay your body near my own our journey never fails
the sweat pours down the staircase
falling like summer rain,
our love drifts over the horrizon a red carpet to eternity


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 16, 2005



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