mark anthony st. rose
A Wonderful Encounter - Poem by mark anthony st. rose
It was like we knew each other forever;
The bonds disappeared so quickly
Melting boundaries in a kiss.
And the moment awoke eternity,
It was as though the Sun was meant for just us,
While the day dazzled like lover's eyes.
And freedom found us by the sea,
It was like this was meant to be.
And so our naked bodies converge,
And our hearts contentedly merge
As we lay on the shore of existence, united.
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