I Warm You, Darling, I Warm You, - Poem by Liza Sud
I warm you, darling, I warm you,
as the stove of a soul
Let a blizzard blow in winter,
good for us in silence to be.
Plunge into each other, dip down,
as in sour cream hot pancake,
And feel our old wounds
as a new life's pledge.
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