Ardor - Poem by Ann Rochon
The sun has set here in the West...
And stars are shining bright...
As I think back, recalling when...
We held each other tight.
Our bodies hot... emotion's strong...
The love within our hearts...
Is flowing fast... like melting snow
From high a mountain top.
Just for a moment, we forget...
A promise almost cast...
I have someone... you're married too...
THAT love's supposed to last!
Then how do we explain the reason
Why we feel this way...
The vows we made some years ago...
Abandon them today?
We call each other now and then...
Excitement on the line...
We both agree, though passions air...
To perceive just in our minds.
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